- Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey , which previously seemed to cure Ebola , is again in critical condition in hospital. That report doctors at London's Royal Free Hospital wpensdag .
With a military aircraft was flown Cafferkey from Glasgow to London because of " an uncommon late complication of the disease ". Her distance has since deteriorated rapidly. Currently she is treated in an isolated department, reports BBC. The 39 year-old woman walked in Sierra Leone on Ebola. In the London hospital she was given experimental drugs and treatment with blood plasma of a British nurse who Ebola recovered earlier.
In January Cafferkey officially declared cured and discharged from hospital . The Ebola virus can hide in body parts such as eyes, breasts and testicles, while the patient based on blood tests already been declared cured. According to virologists may exist there result of a post- ebola syndrome. Ebola is one of the deadliest viruses in the world. Last year were in West Africa 28. 000 people were infected , of whom 11 300 did not survive.