SWEDEN-HEALTH-EBOLA

The hospital in Enköping, Sweden, is pictured on January 4, 2019, as it has received a case of suspected Ebola, according to health care officials. - The patient was first admitted to hospital in Enkoping after being treated now in Uppsala University Hospital. The emergency room in Enkoping has now been closed, and staff who came in contact with the patient are being cared for, a statement said. Ebola is a highly infectious and potentially fatal disease. (Photo by Fredrik SANDBERG / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT (Photo credit should read FREDRIK SANDBERG/AFP via Getty Images)
The hospital in Enköping, Sweden, is pictured on January 4, 2019, as it has received a case of suspected Ebola, according to health care officials. - The patient was first admitted to hospital in Enkoping after being treated now in Uppsala University Hospital. The emergency room in Enkoping has now been closed, and staff who came in contact with the patient are being cared for, a statement said. Ebola is a highly infectious and potentially fatal disease. (Photo by Fredrik SANDBERG / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT (Photo credit should read FREDRIK SANDBERG/AFP via Getty Images)
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