According to WHO and the ministry of health, blood samples from the suspected patient tested negative at the Uganda Virus Research Institute. The patient was recently admitted and isolated at Lacor hospital in Gulu district, after profuse bleeding.
Ebola Ruled Out After Patient Tests Negative
Monitor, 7 June 2017
The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Ministry of Health yesterday ruled out Ebola after blood samples from the suspected patient tested negative at the Uganda Virus Research… Read more »
Health workers assist a patient suspected of having Ebola.
Suspected Ebola Patient Suffering From 'Bleeding Disorders'
Observer, 6 June 2017
The patient who was recently admitted and isolated at Lacor hospital in Gulu district, after profuse bleeding, is suffering from a bleeding disorder, medical personnel have… Read more »
A female patient who began bleeding has been placed in isolation at St Mary's Hospital Lacor in the northern Gulu District amid fears she could be suffering from Ebola. Read more »
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