MADRID — A medical worker that treated a Spanish priest who died on Sept. 28, after being infected with Ebola, has now tested positive for the virus, reports the BBC.
The medical worker, a nurse, was admitted Monday morning to the hospital after suffering from a high fever.
This marks the first medical worker outside of Africa to contract the deadly virus which has about a 90% kill rate if left untreated, 60% if treated.
Nurse at Spain hospital contracts Ebola — Yahoo.com
Nurse in Spain tests positive for Ebola in first infection outside west Africa — The Guardian
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