A 44-year-old Spanish nurse from Madrid is the first person known to contract the deadly Ebola virus outside of Africa.

The nurse, whose name has not been released, had been on the special team at the Carlos III hospital in Madrid treating a 69-year-old Spanish priest named Manuel Garcia Viejo, who contracted the disease in Sierra Leone where the virus kills an average of 121 people a day. Father Viejo died in the Madrid hospital on September 25, just four days after being repatriated to Spain. The Carlos III hospital says the nurse entered the priest’s room only two times during his brief hospitalization.

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