Via Dagens Nyheter: More suspected cases received earlier. Excerpt from the Google translation:
The sample from the man who on Sunday was suspected to have been infected by Ebola, after analysis showed that the patient is not infected with the virus. Meanwhile, it emerged that the Public Health Agency has received an average of Ebola test a month - more cases have thus been in Sweden.
Sunday's test was analyzed at SMI P4 laboratory in Stockholm, Scandinavia's only one of its kind. Only about 20 people work at and have access to the laboratory. The staff is specially trained and approved by the Security Service.
"There is a protective aspect about all such samples. We look carefully at those who work and do not have any background to give out samples or may be subjected to external pressure," said the county medical Karin Tegmark Wisell.
She could not say how many samples taken for Ebola at P4 laboratory:
"We do not go out exactly when we get samples we have commissioned privacy. What we can say is that we have permanent standby, sometimes it's sharp samples then we also exercises. The number varies from year to year," she said.
Are there any more samples coming from people who stayed recently in West Africa?
"We are not aware of it so that the samples we received are from patients who resided in Ebola region. What it says on the referrals are confidential and I do not know myself, but all samples were analyzed promptly."