(OMAHA, Neb.) -- The five people at Nebraska Medicine being monitored after being exposed to the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone have reached the end of the quarantine period.
According to a statement from the senior media relations coordinator for Nebraska Medicine, none of the five have been determined to have contracted Ebola. Four of the five patients left the Omaha area.
The fifth patient, the hospital said, had a cardiac-related issue over the weekend, but was discharged from the hospital. That patient will leave the Omaha area soon.
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