NBC News cameraman has Ebola, network reportsNBC新聞攝像師有埃博拉病毒，網絡報導
October 3, 2014 -- Updated 0053 GMT (0853 HKT)
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- The American cameraman will return to the United States for treatment
- NBC News is withholding his name at his family's request
- The freelance cameraman, 33, was hired Tuesday, the network reports
(CNN) -- An American cameraman working for NBC News in Liberia has tested positive for Ebola, the network reported Thursday.
He will return to the United States for treatment.
The freelance cameraman, 33, was hired Tuesday and came down with symptoms on Wednesday, NBC News reported. The network said it was withholding his name at his family's request.
Liberian President: Patient's leaving for U.S. was 'unpardonable'
"We are doing everything we can to get him the best care possible. He will be flown back to the United States for treatment at a medical center that is equipped to handle Ebola patients," NBC News President Deborah Turness reportedly said in a note to staff.
"We are also taking all possible measures to protect our employees and the general public," she said.
2014年10月3日 - 更新0053 GMT（0853 HKT）
（CNN） -一位美國攝影師在利比里亞工作的NBC新聞對埃博拉病毒檢測 呈陽性，網絡週四報導。