Nigeria's state oil company has taken the "pre-emptive step" of shutting down its own clinic in the country's capital Lagos, after a suspected Ebola case was admitted there.
A spokesperson for the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation said the patient had also visited a medical facility where the country's first case of Ebola was recorded.
Describing the closure as a "premptive step," Ohi Alegbe said: "All contacts with this case are being traced and adequate precautionary measures instituted to contain the possible spread of the disease."
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