Pictures have been released of the modified plane that was used to evacuate a Spanish priest who contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia, back to Madrid.
The images released by Spain's Ministry of Defense show that the plane which is normally used to transport passengers had to be modified with specialist equipment to prevent the disease spreading.
Father Miguel Pajares, 75, was helping to treat people infected with Ebola when he tested positive for the virus at the San Jose de Monrovia Hospital in Liberia earlier this week.
He is reportedly in stable condition at the Hospital Carlos III in Madrid.
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