Two more medical workers who were treated with ZMapp have survived Ebola according to a CNN report.
Dr. Senga Omeonga and physician assistant Kynda Kobbah were discharged from a Liberian treatment centre on Saturday after recovering from the virus, according to the World Health Organization.
They were given ZMapp — the experimental drug that’s credited with saving the lives of two Americans infected with Ebola.
Officials said that early treatment was key to the recovery of the Liberian medical workers. Both indicated that they will return to work soon.
The World Health Organisation says that they were received by Liberia’s president after being discharged.
Unfortunately, a third person who was infected and treated with ZMapp died last Sunday.