US doctor Who Was Infected With Ebola To Be Discharged From Hospital Today



The American doctor Dr Kent Brantly, who contracted the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia while working as a missionary in the country will be released from Atlanta’s Emory University Hospital today August 21st after being successful treated.

According to the spokesperson of the hospital, Vince Dollard, Dr. Kent’s blood samples came back negative for the virus after undergoing proper screening for two days. Dr. Kent is expected to give a statement regarding his discharge later today at a news conference before leaving the hospital.

Dr. Kent and another US missionary Nancy Writebol contracted the disease while working to fight the outbreak in Liberia. After they contracted the disease they were taken to an isolation unit at Emory University Hospital, where they were treated with the experimental drug, ZMapp.


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