Italian Nurse Tests Positive For Ebola Virus After Returning From Sierra Leone
Agence France-Presse: Nurse becomes Italy’s second Ebola case
“An Italian nurse who had recently been working in Sierra Leone with [the Italian] medical charity Emergency tested positive for Ebola on Tuesday in the country’s second case of the virus…” (5/12).
New York Times: Italian Nurse Who Worked in Sierra Leone Tests Positive for Ebola
“The nurse, the second person with Ebola to be treated in Italy, had worked with an Italian aid group in Sierra Leone, one of the West African countries hit by the outbreak last year. … Last year, an Italian doctor with the same aid group, Emergency, was successfully treated in the Spallanzani hospital in Rome and was released after a month…” (Pianigiani, 5/13).
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