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Ebola Fears: Security Guard From Cornwall Told Not To Work
4:22pm 6th November 2014
A security guard from Cornwall told not to come into work in case he has got ebola has described it as a "nightmare."
Sam Ogunnoiki says his bosses have told him to stay clear for three weeks after a holiday to Nigeria.
The African country has officially been declared free of the potentially deadly virus.
Sam says he was screened before flying home from a visit to his mum and tested negative.
But the 46 year old says when he got home, he had a letter telling him not to go to work.
In it, bosses say they need to protect other workers because of the incubation period.
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