Via BBC News: British Ebola patient 'pretty well'. Excerpt:
The parents of the first British person to contract Ebola during the outbreak in West Africa say he is recovering well.
William Pooley, 29, has spent the last week in a special isolation unit at Royal Free Hospital in London.
His parents, Robin and Jackie, say they knew he was improving when he ordered a "bacon butty" and praised the "world class" care at the hospital.
More than 1,500 people have died since the outbreak started in Guinea.
Mr Pooley was volunteering as a nurse in Sierra Leone when he was infected.
But he did not tell his parents until it was confirmed that he was going to be flown home.
His mother, Jackie, said: "We were at our niece's wedding and he phoned, we were out in the grounds and the photos were being taken.
"We assumed he'd phoned to wish his cousin every happiness."
The phone was passed around family members, but his father, Robin, thought William was sounding "flat" and that there was something wrong.
He said: "So fairly soon I rang him back and he told me. At which point the first thing in mind is, 'We can't spoil the day.'"
He told his wife later and they made an early exit from the wedding.
Mrs Pooley described it as a "very stressful" and anxious time when "all the worst case scenarios" were running through her mind.
Initially the family were worried that Mr Pooley would not make it to the plane as he had to travel 160 miles through countless checkpoints to the airport in the capital of Sierra Leone, Freetown.
She told the BBC: "It wasn't until the plane had taken off that we breathed a very, very small sigh of relief, we knew he was on his way home."
He was flown back to the UK on an RAF plane on Sunday 24 August and taken to the Royal Free Hospital.
He is still being kept in an isolation unit. His family can talk to him through a telephone link and see him "indistinctly" through the layers of glass and the polythene designed to stop the deadly disease spreading.