Leipzig - A UN employee from Liberia who was transported to the eastern German city of Leipzig after contracting Ebola died overnight into Tuesday, the hospital said.
The 56-year-old man had been transported to St Georg hospital in Leipzig on 9 October for treatment.
He had arrived in a modified Gulfstream jet equipped with an isolation chamber, and was met by a medical team in biohazard suits and two ambulances.
The hospital has six rooms in its tropical medicine clinic. Hospital authorities said there is no risk of further infection.
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Another Ebola patient, from Uganda, remains in a hospital in Frankfurt, and a third, from Senegal, was released in good health from a Hamburg clinic after five weeks' treatment.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates the death toll resulting from the worst outbreak of Ebola on record to have reached 4 033.
In Liberia, the hardest-hit West African country, 2 316 people have died. The death toll in Sierra Leone and Guinea stands at nearly 1 000 respectively, according to the latest WHO update.