An Indian resident who tested positive for Ebola—and was cured—has landed in Delhi from Liberia.
The 26-year-old man is being isolated in a facility at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport, The Times of India reports.
According to the Times, the man had already been treated for Ebola in West Africa, currently does not have symptoms and tested negative for the virus before he flew. However, his semen tested positive for the virus.
He had a medical clearance certificate from the Liberian government saying the had been treated and was confirmed negative from blood tests—that would deem him Ebola-free, according to the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. His blood also tested negative in India. Semen can test positive after clinical clearance, the Times reports.
He is being kept in isolation in a health facility at the airport until his semen tests negative.
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