The news of the nurse's death came the same day that Nigeria confirmed another five cases of Ebola, the Health Ministry said.
Meanwhile, a Spanish priest who contracted the disease in Liberia will be flown to Madrid and become Europe's first patient from this outbreak, according to the Spanish government.
Writebol arrived in Atlanta on Tuesday, just days after Brantly arrived.
the hospital announced Wednesday. The patient, who had a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms, is improving and is listed in stable condition, the hospital said in a written statement.
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Spain's Ministry of Defense is using a medically equipped Airbus A310 to bring Brother Miguel Pajares to Madrid, where he will be treated at Madrid's La Paz hospital, Spanish officials said.
"We were able to spend a few minutes with her to encourage her and be encouraged by her condition," Writebol's son, Jeremy, said in a statement.
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"We have a disease with a high fatality rate without any proven treatment or vaccine," said Dr. Marie Paule Kieny, assistant director general at WHO.
"This is the biggest and most complex Ebola outbreak in history," Dr. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said.
Nearly all of those deaths have been in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, where more than 1,700 cases have been reported, according to WHO. The agency said 108 new cases were reported between Saturday and Monday in those countries and Nigeria.
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President Barack Obama said Wednesday that "we've got to let the science guide us" on whether to make the experimental drug more widely available. Africa Leaders Summit in Washington.
Concerns about the spread of the deadly virus escalated with Saudi Arabia reporting that a man died, apparently of the virus, after a trip to Sierra Leone, and Nigeria reported that a nurse died after treating someone believed to have contracted Ebola in Liberia.
Doctors say it's too early to tell whether ZMapp is effective.
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the list of countries with suspected cases.
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He had been in intensive care since late Monday "after exhibiting symptoms of viral hemorrhagic fever following a business trip to Sierra Leone," the ministry said in a statement.
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In the United States, two patients are being treated at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta: American doctor Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, who had been in Liberia. institutions capable of providing such treatment.
"The product is still in an experimental stage, and the manufacturer reports that there is a very limited supply, so it cannot be purchased and is not available for general use," the CDC said.
"We need to ask the medical ethicists to give us guidance on what the responsible thing to do is," she said.
Both Brantly and Writebol have been given the experimental drug ZMapp, which had not been tested on humans nor has it undergone any clinical trials.
She said Ebola is a "clear and present danger."
The nurse in Nigeria had helped care for Patrick Sawyer, a Liberian American man, who died in Nigeria after traveling there from Liberia, Nigeria's Ministry of Health said Wednesday.
The CDC says it's not likely the drug will become available for patients in West Africa.
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WHO did not immediately confirm the deaths, and its count of Ebola cases does not include the two.
The man became ill after recently traveling to West Africa. A specimen from the patient was delivered Tuesday to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, which confirmed he didn't have Ebola.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has declared a state of emergency for 90 days because of the deadly outbreak, her office announced Wednesday.
"The scope and scale of the epidemic, the virulence and deadliness of the virus now exceed the capacity and statutory responsibility of any one government agency or ministry," she said in a written statement. "The government and people of Liberia require extraordinary measures for the very survival of our state and for the protection of the lives of our people."
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