Three more American aid workers exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone are expected to arrive back in the U.S. today (Monday) for monitoring, according to a CNN article. Eight of their colleagues already have returned to the U.S., where health authorities are monitoring them for signs of the disease. None of the individuals are symptomatic or are known to be infected with the disease, according to CDC.
The CDC is investigating potential Ebola exposure to individuals in Sierra Leone, after an American volunteer healthcare worker in Sierra Leone tested positive for Ebola virus. That healthcare worker returned to the U.S. and was admitted to the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Md., on March 13 for treatment, according to a CDC news release. The healthcare worker was listed in serious condition Friday, according to the NIH.
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