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Ebola outbreak: Hong Kong woman given allDoctors are treating the first possible case of the Ebola virus in Hong Kong as the Foreign Secretary warns the killer disease is a threat to the UK. A woman is being treated for Ebola-like symptoms at the Queen Elizabeths Hospital in Hong Kong

after recently returning from a strip to Africa. FOR ALL THE LATEST ON THE EBOLA OUTBREAK FOLLOW OUR LIVE BLOG. She has been quarantined as officials carry out tests to establish if it a case of the deadly virus, China Daily reports. Update: 12.58pm, July 30th 2014 The woman has been given the all-clear after testing negative for Ebola, according to South China Morning Post. The 39-year-old woman was kept in isolation while undergoing tests, but a hospital source said she did not have the virus and was in a stable condition. Today, Philip Hammond admitted the largest outbreak of Ebola, which has killed at least 670 people in West Africa, is a threat to Britain. He will chair an emergency Cobra meeting with government colleagues to discuss possible action later. Mr Hammond confi

rmed there have been no cases in Britain so far but officials remain on high alert. A man has already been tested for the virus in the UK after returning from Nigeria via Paris with possible symptoms. He was tested at a hospital in Birmingham but was given the all-clear. Meanwhile, doctors fear Ebola victim Patrick Sa

wyer may have sparked a worldwide spread of the killer disease after being allowed on two flights while infected. The revelation has sparked a desperate race to find dozens of passengers who

flew on the same jets as the 40-year-old American. British doctors and border officials have been warned to be on the lookout for people in the UK showing signs of the disease. Mr Sawyer was allowed to board an ASKY Airlines flight in Liberia, where Ebola is rife, despite vomiting and suffering from diarrhoea. His sister was recently killed by the virus. (Image: Getty) He had a stopover in Ghana then changed planes in Togo and flew to the international travel hub of Lagos in Nigeria. The dad-of-three died five days after arriving in the city. Lancaster University virologist Derek Gatherer said passengers, crew and airport ground staff who came into contact with Mr Sawyer could be

in “pretty serious danger”. Ebola is fatal in 90% of cases. Doctors have identified 59 people who were near him and have tested 20. But they are struggling to find the others, who could have flown to anywhere in the world from Lag

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s. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now There were today questions over how Liberian government worker Mr Sawyer was let on flights while clearly showing symptoms of Ebola – which has killed 672 people in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone since it broke out in February. Experts from Public Health England have met UK Border Agency officials to make sure staff ar

e aware of the signs to look for in Ebola sufferers. PHE has also used its national medical alert system to advise all UK doctors to “remain vigilant for unexplained illness in those who have visited the affected area”. Symptoms include vomiting and diarrhoea, fever, weakness, headache and sore throat. Those struck down can also suffer internal and external bleeding. The virus is spread through human contact. There is no c

ure. PHE director of global health Dr Brian McCloskey described the Ebola outbreak as the most “acute emergency” facing Britain. The expert said he had briefed David Cameron. He added: “When these things start to escalate we work with everybody to ensure they are aware of what needs to happen.” poll loadingHow worried are you about Ebola?3000+ VOTES SO FARIm interested but not worriedIm wary and keeping an eye on thingsIm anxious - air travel could spread it so easilyIm really worried Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick

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