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The woman, who was tested for Ebola arrived at Gatwick on a Gambia Bird jet from Sierra Leone (file picture)''
The woman was reportedly vomitting heavily and sweating profusely, but tests last night showed that the woman did not have the virus
Fears that Ebola may reach Britain intensified last night after a passenger from Sierra Leone died at Gatwick airport.
The 72-year-old woman became ill and collapsed after she left a Gambia Bird jet arriving from the West African country.
A total of 826 people have died in Africa as a result of an outbreak of the deadly virus which began in February - 256 of these lived in Sierra Leone.
The woman had travelled to the UK from Sierra Leone in West Africa, where 256 people have been killed by the virus''
‘They closed down the jet bridge and put the aircraft into quarantine.
‘They took everyone’s details, even the guy who fuels the aircraft.’
The plane carrying the woman came from Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone – a country with the highest number of victims from the disease.
It stopped at Banjul in The Gambia before landing in Gatwick at 8.15am on Saturday after a five-hour flight.
A nurse in Liberia in protective clothing is sprayed with disinfectant. There is no cure for Ebola, which is spread by close contact''
Last night the Department of Health said that tests on the woman proved negative for Ebola. A spokesman for Public Health England said the woman’s symptoms had suggested Ebola was very unlikely but the tests were carried out as a precaution.
A spokesman for South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust added: ‘We were called to Gatwick Airport on Saturday at 8.27am to attend to a patient who had been taken unwell on an inbound flight from Gambia.'
There is no cure for Ebola, which is spread by close contact. It kills between 25 and 90 per cent of its victims.
Christians in Liberia held holy communion wearing gloves to try to prevent the spread of Ebola. Early symptoms include headache, fever, fatigue, muscle pain and a sore throat''
Early symptoms include headache, fever, fatigue, muscle pain and a sore throat. In the more advanced stages of the virus victims can experience skin rashes; bleeding from the eyes, nose and mouth; as well as diarrhoea, vomiting, and internal bleeding.
Guidelines advise quarantining anyone who has caught the virus and disinfecting their homes.
Contact with infected animals should be prevented and healthcare workers should wear protective clothing when caring for victims.
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