Sierra Leone cyclist, Moses Sesay was put in isolation for four days after it was thought he may have brought the deadly virus into Britain
A petrified athlete at the Commonwealth Games told of his horror at being quarantined and tested by doctors dressed in special suits who feared he had Ebola.
Endurance cyclist Moses Sesay, from Sierra Leone, was placed in isolation for four days after it was thought he may have brought the deadly virus into Britain from his homeland in West Africa.
The 32-year-old was admitted to a Glasgow hospital after falling ill last Thursday, a day after the Opening Ceremony.
Sesay said: “I was sick. I felt tired and listless. All the doctors were in special suits to treat me – they dressed like I had Ebola. I was very scared.”