After days of waiting, both Americans infected with the deadly Ebola virus are now in the United States and undergoing treatment.
NBC’s Jay Gray reports.
Second American aid worker with Ebola arrives in U.S. for treatmentAfter days of waiting, both Americans infected with the deadly Ebola virus are now in the united states and under-going treatment.
The difficult and dangerous task of getting them back to the U.S. is now over.
Dr. Kent Brantley and Nancy Writebol will not be travel at all for the next few weeks, as they continue treatment inside an isolation unit here at the hospital.
Nancy Writebol is now back in the U.S. to undergo treatment for the deadly Ebola virus. Landing at a secure air force base outside of Atlanta, a police escort rushed her to Emory University hospital.
The Ebola outbreak is looming over the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington.
Robin Sanders, a former U.S. ambassador to Nigeria. She is also CEO of the FEEEDS advocacy initiative, which focuses on development in Africa. Ambassador Sanders talks about the growing threat of Ebola and why this particular outbreak, compared to those in the past poses a challenge.