US Doctor Who Contracted Ebola Leaves Hospital With Hugs

Both Dr. Kent Brantly and missionary Nancy Writebol were discharged from Emory hospital after surviving the deadly virus.
1:21 | 08/22/14

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Both of the two missionaries who were being treated here. Have left and are on their way to as the families describe it -- never never land area they're hoping to stay out of the public life wanting some privacy. On medical officials here are reassuring. Both the patients their families and everyone else that they are safe and healthy. The incubation period for the Ebola Virus is about three weeks and it's been a month. Since these two missionaries were infected with disease doctor can't Bradley. Who spoke yesterday thank god and many people who treated him and to underline just how safe and healthy he was. All 21 of his nurses and -- -- -- all five of his doctors. Gave him a hug. In front of our cameras we're hearing from Nancy -- family she's the missionary who was so sick she had to be. Real men. -- on a Gurney by two workers and white Hazmat suits. She is still recovering her family tells us that the disease has certainly weaken her. We're told that people who recover from -- and suffer muscle and joint pains that can sometimes last for years. I'm -- -- and Atlanta.

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