Spanish nurse tests positive for Ebola

Spanish Health Minister Ana Mato confirmed the nurse had tested positive after treating two Ebola patients that had been brought back to the country from Africa.
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Police escort an ambulance that carries the Spanish nurse infected by Ebola to Carlos III Hospital from Alcorcon Hospital on October 8, 2014 in Alcorcon, Spain. Spanish Health Minister Ana Mato confirmed the nurse had tested positive after treating two Ebola patients that had been brought back to the country from Africa. (Getty Images)
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The Spanish nurse infected by Ebola is moved by ambulance to Carlos III Hospital from Alcorcon Hospital on October 8, 2014 in Alcorcon, Spain. Spanish Health Minister Ana Mato confirmed the nurse had tested positive after treating two Ebola patients that had been brought back to the country from Africa. (Getty Images)
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A Spanish nurse infected with Ebola is moved to Carlos III Hospital from Alcorcon Hospital on October 7, 2014 in Alcorcon, Spain. Spanish Health Minister Ana Mato confirmed the nurse had tested positive after treating two Ebola patients that had been brought back to the country from Africa. (Getty Images)
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Spanish Minister of Health, Social Services and Equality Ana Mato (2R), Director General of La Paz Hospital Rafael Perez de Santamaria (2L), Spanish Director of Public Health Mercedes Vinues (C) and Community of Madrid's Director General for First Aid Antonio Alemany (R) attend a press conference at the ministry of health in Madrid on October 6, 2014 on what is believed to be the first case of Ebola contracted outside of the African continent since the latest outbreak of the virus hit West Africa this year. An assistant nurse who treated two Ebola patients at Carlos III hospital is infected with the virus herself, health officials said on October 6, 2014. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A picture taken on October 7, 2014 shows a street near the banks of the Lez river in the southern French city of Montpellier in the department of Herault. Floodwater streamed down roads and highways, engulfing cars as the Lez river burst its banks in the seaside capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region after it was lashed by record-breaking downpours. (AFP/Getty Images)