A Madrid nurse who became the first person to contract ebola outside of Africa is being treated with antibodies from survivors of the illness, hospital officials have revealed.
Four people, also including her husband, have been placed in quarantine at the hospital over fears they may also have the deadly virus.
The nurse was part of a medical team at the city’s La Paz-Carlos III hospital that treated two Spanish missionaries who died shortly after returning from Africa with the disease.
A second nurse who also helped treat an infected priest is among the four being monitored by health workers, as is a man who arrived on a flight from Nigeria displaying symptoms.
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