The person who has not been identified will be directed to the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha to monitor release conditions. The Nebraska Medical Center is home to one of the country's few dedicated biocontainment units.
The person may be exposed to the virus but is not ill and not contagious, "said Ted Cieslak, infectious disease specialist at Nebraska Medicine and adjunct professor of epidemiology at the College of Public Health, University of Nebraska Medical Center of symptoms, the team from Nebraska Medicine / UNMC is one of the most qualified in the world to deal with them. "
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is experiencing one of the deadliest Ebola outbreaks in history, with the outbreak starting on August 1, killing more than 300 people and 545 confirmed cases registered on Saturday, according to the country's Ministry of Health A further 48 cases are considered likely.
The World Health Organization ( WHO) said Congo protests over electoral delays and a worsening security situation hampered their field teams' ability to deliver Ebola vaccines in some areas.
The American Nebraska Release States is not an official patient and is privately brought to the medical center. Public health officials in federal, state and local governments plan to monitor the person in a safe area that is not accessible to the public, or for patients. The surveillance could take up to two weeks, the version levels.
There will be no updates to the status of the person during the monitoring period, unless this is required. If necessary, the person is transferred to the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit, where updates are provided on a regular basis.
This is not the first time that Ebola patients have been treated at the Nebraska Medical Center. Nebraska Medicine treated three patients with Ebola in 2014. In 2015, five Americans were monitored at the center after being exposed to the virus in West Africa, but none developed the disease.