Ashoka Mukpo, the NBC cameraman who is being treated in Omaha after contracting Ebola in Liberia, has now been declared Ebola-free and should leave the hospital soon.
An American doctor who had been treated at Emory in Atlanta for six weeks after catching Ebola in Sierra Leone, and had requested that he remain anonymous, has now been released.
Emory University Hospital in Atlanta is preparing to receive two ebola patients who will be kept in a special isolation unit. Good luck with that, Emory.
It’s the two Americans from Samaritan’s Purse who are gravely ill with the disease in Liberia, Dr. Keith Brantly and Nancy Writebol. They will be flown here individually. I would like to help them, as well as the Africans currently stricken, with the best help American medicine can offer. I’d just prefer to do it there, not here.