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She is the second Briton to test positive and the first to do so on UK soil after nurse Mr Pooley, 29, contracted Ebola while volunteering in Sierra Leone in August before getting the all-clear following treatment at the Royal Free Hospital.
The high-level isolation apparatus in the High Secure Infectious Disease Unit at the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead, London, where the healthcare worker will be taken
She has since been flown to the Royal Free Hospital in London, where she is being treated in an isolation unit.
Jones, who was 29, collapsed after being replaced early in the match and was treated by the match doctor and paramedics at the ground before being taken to the Royal Free Hospital.
He was taken to the Royal Free Hospital, where he later died.
They were flown into the city, also from Sierra Leone, after contact with a UK colleague confirmed as having Ebola and now undergoing treatment at the Royal Free Hospital in London.
As I write, nurse Pauline Cafferkey, another innocent victim struck down by Ebola, is still critically ill in the Royal Free Hospital in north London, while so many of her colleagues have come home safe.
He was taken to the Luton and Dunstable Hospital but his injuries were so serious that he had to be transferred to the Royal Free Hospital in north-west London.
The Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead treated 61 casualties after the July 7 blasts on three Tube trains and one bus and was commended by MPs in the House of Commons for its speedy response.
It emerged yesterday that the former Big Breakfast and Top Of The Pops host admitted herself to the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, north London, in the mid afternoon last week.
Dr Andrew Wakefield and colleagues from the Royal Free Hospital sparked a storm when they published a study in The Lancet in 1998, which led to fears of a possible link between the measles, mumps rubella vaccine and autism.
Nush has undergone surgery at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead where her condition is described as comfortable.

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