Ebola: Quarantined South African Woman In Lagos Tests Negative.

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An unidentified South African woman who on Thursday was brought under close watch in Lagos state after being quarantined earlier for the deadly Ebola virus has tested negative to the disease. The woman who flew into Lagos from Morocco was held at a treatment center till Friday morning for test after she told officials she was experiencing symptoms similar to the disease following working spells in two of the worst hit area, Guinea and Sierra Leone.

A professor of infectious diseases at the Florida International University College of Medicine, United States, Dr Aileen Marty, who confirmed the incident said the South African was treated for ameobic dysentery which produced the symptoms of diarrhea and vomiting she displayed on arrival at the Lagos airport.

The minister of health, professor Onyebuchi Chukwu while speaking in Lagos on Friday at the requiem mass organized in honour of Dr Ameyo Adavevoh also confirmed the case of the South African and said that the disease had been adequately contained and therefore there should be no panic over schools September 22, 2014 resumption date.

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