Five U.S. Health Care Workers Complete Ebola Monitoring

Five Americans who were monitored for three weeks at an Omaha, Nebraska, hospital after being exposed to Ebola in West Africa have been released, a Nebraska Medicine spokesman said in an email Wednesday. One of the five had a heart-related issue on Saturday and has been discharged but hasn't left the area, Taylor Wilson wrote.
The others have already gone home.
They were exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone in March, but none developed the deadly virus.