Thanks to Lucie Lecomte for sending the link to this News24.com AFP report: Liberian medic treated with experimental Ebola drug dies. Excerpt:
Monrovia - A Liberian doctor treated with experimental American anti-Ebola serum ZMapp has died, the west African nation said on Monday.
Abraham Borbor had been improving but died on Sunday night, Liberian Information Minister Lewis Brown told AFP.
"He was showing signs of progress but he finally died. The government regrets this loss and extends its condolences to the bereaved family," Brown said.
Two other health workers receiving the serum are still in treatment, said the minister, adding that there were "signs of hope".
The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Thursday there had been a "significant improvement" in the condition of a doctor and nurse being treated with ZMapp in Liberia, and that another doctor was getting better, but still in a serious condition.
Liberia took delivery of ZMapp on 13 August from the United States, which gave the serum to two US citizens who were declared cured last week.