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Another Nigerian nurse succumbs to Ebola
14 August 2014, 15:31
Lagos - One of the nurses that attended to Patrick Sawyer, a Liberian-American Ebola carrier who flew to Nigeria on his way to attend a conference in Calabar, has died, Saharareporters reports.
Obi Justina Ejelonu was said to have passed away on Thursday morning at the quarantine facility in Lagos according to her relatives.
Also read: Nurse skips Ebola quarantine to Enugu
Her death brings to four the number of people that have died of the deadly Ebola disease.
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