In this photo taken Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 and provided by Geneva International Airport, Cuban doctor Felix Baez Sarria, second from left, who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone, is helped off an airplane to a specially outfitted ambulance before being transported to the Geneva University Hospital (HUG) where he will be treated, at Geneva International Airport, in Geneva, Switzerland. Baez, a member of the 165-person medical team Cuba sent to Sierra Leone to help with the Ebola outbreak, caught the disease when he rushed to help a patient who was falling over. (AP Photo/Aeroport International de Geneve) Associated Press
AP A Swiss hospital says a Cuban doctor who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone is in a stable condition after nearly two days of treatment.
Felix Baez Sarria was flown to Geneva and was able to walk off the transport plane in a protective suit and mask after landing late Thursday night.
The Geneva University Hospital said Saturday that “today his health status is stable, although he remains in a serious medical condition.” He is being treated in a special room in an area isolated from the rest of the hospital.
Baez, a member of a medical team Cuba sent to Sierra Leone, caught the disease when he rushed to help a patient who was falling over.