A man recently working in Africa is being treated for the deadly Ebola virus in a UK hospital.
The patient was taken to the Royal Liverpool Hospital for tests after concerns were raised over his health.
The man, described as having a history of travel to Western Africa, became unwell in North Wales and was rushed to Merseyside in an ambulance.
The hospital is one of four in the UK placed on standby last year in case the disease reaches Britain.
Public Health England said the man was being screened for a variety of different diseases, including Ebola, adding the chance of him having the virus that went epidemic in December 2013 was 'very unlikely'.