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Ebola Doctor In New York To Be Released Tuesday Morning

Michelle Man |
November 10, 2014 | 3:04 p.m. PST

Web Producer

Dr. Craig Spencer (Dr Craig Spencer/Facebook)
Dr. Craig Spencer (Dr Craig Spencer/Facebook)
According to New York Times, Dr. Craig Spencer, the first Ebola patient in New York City, will be released from Bellevue Hospital on Tuesday morning. 

Spencer has been in isolation at the hospital since Oct. 23, the day he was diagnosed with Ebola. Despite serious conditions when he was first admitted, Spencer is currently stable and Ebola-free.

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He was reported to be playing the banjo, listening to 'hipster' music and exercising on a stationary bike last week, showing improvements in his recovery.

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