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A healthcare worker sprays disinfectant on another after he assisted in the loading of a man suspected of suffering from the Ebola virus into an ambulance, in Freetown, Sierra Leone (AP Photo/ Michael Duff)

(Bloomberg) — An American freelancer in Liberia working for NBC News was diagnosed withEbola and will be flown back home for treatment, the latest case of the deadly virus to be treated in the U.S.

The 33-year-old cameraman, Ashoka Mukpo, was hired Sept. 30, NBC News said on its website today.

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