ATLANTA -- The third patient to be brought to Emory University Hospital for treatment for Ebola has been released, according to a news release from the hospital.
The patient, the fourth American brought to the United States with the disease, arrived at Dobbins Reserve Base in Marietta on Sept. 9.
The patient was determined to be free of Ebola by the CDC and Georgia Department of Public Health and released on Sunday.
The patient has asked to remain anonymous and left the hospital for an undisclosed location. He will make a statement at a later date, the news release said.
Two other patients, Dr. Kent Brantley and Nancy Writebol, were also treated for Ebola virus disease and discharged from the hospital on August 19 and August 21.