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(NaturalNews) As they were in the process of being transported from a funeral service to their respective graves, two believed-to-be deceased Ebola victims allegedly came back to life in Liberia, according to new reports. Like a scene straight out of a zombie movie, the two women, one in her 40s and the other in her 60s, suddenly sprang up from their caskets, striking panic and fear among onlookers.

According to the UK Mirror, the two women are now roaming about, with some believing them to be reanimated ghosts. The women had reportedly died in two separate areas of Nimba County, one in the Hope Village Community and the other in the Catholic Community. One of the women, who has been identified as Dorris Quoi, had been kept in her home for two nights without food or medication prior to her death.

"The NewDawn Nimba County correspondent said the late Dorris Quoi of Hope Village Community and the second victim only identified as Ma Kebeh, said to be in her late 60s, were about to be taken for burial when they resurrected," reports The NewDawn Liberia. "Nimba County has had [bizarre] news of Ebola cases with a native doctor from the county, who claimed that he could cure infected victims, dying of the virus himself last week."

The same paper claims that this is the only reported incident of Ebola victims supposedly coming back to life after dying from the illness. In the Ganta community at large, where Dorris Quoi is now living, residents have described the woman as a "ghost" who shouldn't be living among them. There is no word on how locals are responding to Ma Kebeh.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there could be as many as 21,000 reported and unreported cases of Ebola in Liberia and Sierra Leone. More than 6,000 cases have been confirmed, with nearly 3,000 reported dead since the outbreak began last December.

Another potential zombie checks into US hospital for Ebola testing

Back in the States, yet another American doctor is being evaluated for possible Ebola infection. NBC News reports that the unidentified individual, who had previously worked in Sierra Leone, has checked into the National Institutes of Health (NIH) hospital for possible isolation and treatment.

"Out of an abundance of caution, the patient has been admitted to the NIH Clinical Center's special clinical studies unit that is specifically designed to provide high-level isolation capabilities and is staffed by infectious diseases and critical care specialists," reads a statement issued by NIH.

"The unit staff is trained in strict infection control practices optimized to prevent spread of potentially transmissible agents such as Ebola."

The CDC says the total number of Ebola cases could reach 1.4 million by January if no "additional interventions or changes in community behavior" come to be. If 70 percent of those with Ebola are properly treated in formal medical centers, claims the agency, the spread of Ebola will eventually stop. Right now, though, only about 18 percent of known Ebola patients are getting proper medical care.

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http://www.mirror.co.uk

http://www.thenewdawnliberia.com

http://www.nydailynews.com

http://www.nbcnews.com

http://www.cnn.com

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