A patient suspected of carrying the Ebola virus has tested negative for the disease after days of monitoring by a hospital in Canada.
The patient who travelled to Canada from Nigeria, where a state of emergency has been declared because of the virus, was put in isolation after showing flu-like symptoms and fever.
They had been isolated at the Brampton, Ontario hospital as a precautionary measure, but have now been given the all clear.
Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins said in a statement: "I can now confirm a recent case that underwent testing at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg was found to test negative for Ebola virus disease,"
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