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World Health Organization makes announcement.
The patient is the 11th person to get medical care for the deadly virus in the U.S.
Dr. Sheik Umar Khan has treated over 100 patients since the start of the deadliest and largest Ebola outbreak in history.
Fifteen workers have been sent home since last week.
Dr. Victor Willoughby, Sierra Leone's most senior physician, was the 11th doctor in the country to succumb to the disease on Dec. 18.
Germanwings co-pilot allegedly received treatment for suicidal tendencies; Guinea closes border with Sierra Leone; and airstrike near Yemen refugee camp kills dozens.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says the facility is "first-class."
The outbreak across Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone has become the largest on record.
Plus, Dr. Martin Salia, who was flown from Sierra Leone to Nebraska, dies from Ebola.
Junior doctors in Sierra Leone strike for access to better health care facilities amid deaths of physicians infected by Ebola, plus more global news.