Thursday, November 27, 2014

Police Search for Man being Monitored for Ebola in Thailand Over
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A Sierra Leone citizen visiting Thailand was found after instigating a nationwide search when he didn’t report for mandatory medical checkups, reports the Bangkok Post.

Samuel Sesay, 31, flew into Bangkok on Nov. 13, and was reportedly taken to the Public Health Ministry upon arrival for further medical examination.

Health officials determined that Sesay did not have any Ebola-like symptoms and was healthy, and released him on Nov. 15, according to the Bangkok Post. As an apparent precaution, Sesay was asked to report for daily medical examinations.

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The Royal Thai Police and Immigration Bureau issued an urgent search after receiving a complaint filed by the Bureau of General Communicable Diseases that Sesay reportedly never appeared for further checkups.

According to the Bangkok Post, the man was found on Tuesday, Nov. 25 and left Thailand the same day.

Read the full story here and here.

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