Spanish nurse may have contracted Ebola from touching face with gloves

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October 9, 2014 04:01

 
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A Spanish nurse diagnosed with Ebola may have been infected after touching her face with contaminated gloves, according to a doctor in the hospital where she is being treated.

Speaking to reporters on Wednesday night, German Ramirez, a doctor at the Carlos III Hospital said the nurse told him she entered the room of an Ebola patient twice, likely contracting the disease.

Five patients remain quarantined in the Spanish hospital. 

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