Lucie Lecomte has found an excellent summary on the website of International SOS: Latest News. Excerpt:
SUSPECTED imported cases:
Many locations are testing people who have travelled to countries with Ebola and return with a fever and other symptoms. So far, none of these have proven to be Ebola. International SOS is monitoring these closely.
• Albania: On 13 August, media reported the detention of 40 Eritrean immigrants, some of whom had symptoms consistent with Ebola. Eritrea has no confirmed or suspected Ebola cases.
• Benin: On 7 August, two possible cases. One is a person in Cotonou who travelled from Nigeria, the other is in Porto-Novo. Tests were sent to Senegal and have since been reported to be negative.
• Cameroon: Unverified sources have reported that the two Nigerians who arrived in Cameroon were suspected to be suffering from Ebola. Other sources quote health officials denying this. There is no official confirmation. International SOS is monitoring this closely.
• Canada: A patient who had travelled to Nigeria was hospitalised in Ontario out of an abundance of caution. Tested negative on 10 August.
• Germany: A traveller from Sierra Leone who was quarantined has tested negative for Ebola.
• Ghana: Suspected cases were reported, and placed in isolation at the Nsawam government hospital in the Eastern region. All test results from the four suspected cases are negative.
• Hong Kong: A traveller from Lagos, Nigeria, has tested negative for Ebola on 10 August.
• India: A traveller from Guinea, kept under observation at a government hospital in Chennai, is healthy. Officials will monitor his health. Another traveller who returned from Nigeria on 28 July has been quarantined at a hospital in Mumbai. Tests results are pending.
• Mexico: The Ministry of Health advises that there are NO Ebola cases, as of 7 August. News reports of a suspected case are false.
• Morocco: The Ministry of Health advises no Ebola cases in the country as of 2 August. The Liberian citizen who died at Mohammed V airport did not have Ebola.
• Romania: A traveller who returned to the country from Nigeria on 25 July is in isolation at a hospital in Bucharest. The man's wife and son have placed themselves under voluntary quarantine at home but do not have any symptoms. Results are awaited.
• Rwanda: A German medical student has been placed in isolation and samples have been sent for testing. He had travelled to Liberia and developed Ebola-like-symptoms. Tests are negative for Ebola.
• Saudi Arabia: One case detected 5 August, proved to be negative on 9 August.
• Senegal: A traveller from Liberia, hospitalised in Dakar on 9 August, tested negative for Ebola on 10 August.
• Singapore: A Nigerian woman was sent to the Tan Tock Seng Hospital after presenting to Gleneagles hospital with a fever. She does not have Ebola.
• Turkey: A Nigerian woman and her four-year-old son were isolated at Istanbul airport after the woman complained of feeling unwell. Tested negative for Ebola on 13 August.