Nigerian woman suspected of contracting Ebola is fine, doctors say

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September 6, 2014 14:39

 
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The Nigerian woman, hospitalized in Jerusalem on Friday out of fear she might have contracted Ebola, does not have the deadly disease, doctors said on Saturday.

Initial medical tests concluded it was an infection, but the woman will remain in isolation until another final round of tests comes in later this evening. 

The woman was admitted to the hospital with a high fever.

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