The man "presented a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms" and was transported to Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan.
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Her family reports that, as of Tuesday night, officials can't detect the virus in her body.
No country has been hit harder by Ebola than Liberia. Now, stigma is dealing another blow to Liberians.
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Ashoka Mukpo is released from Nebraska hospital, says the continuing epidemic in West Africa 'weighs on my heart.'
All travelers who arrive in the U.S. from Ebola-stricken countries will be closely monitored by public health officials starting Monday.
Mukpo will leave Nebraska Medical Center Wednesday morning, Ebola-free.
“The symbolism of me going there and potentially getting Ebola when I have a 9- and a 7-year-old at home isn't worth it just to appease people," he said.
The patient, who has not been publicly identified, arrived Sept. 9.