Nebraska hospital releases 5 Americans found Ebola-free

After being quarantined for 21 days, the five American health workers being observed for Ebola at the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha have been released Ebola-free.

The healthcare workers were flown to the U.S. from Sierra Leone, where they had been volunteering, in mid-March.

The hospital — which is one of the 55 Ebola treatment centers recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — made the announcement via Twitter on Tuesday evening.

 

 

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