Actually he is in Sierra Leone, and a jet will fly to the West African nation to transport the man to the United States. He will be evaluated by the medical crew on the Phoenix Air jet upon their arrival in Sierra Leone,” the hospital said. The Nebraska Medical Center’s biocontainment unit is one facility which is prepared to treat Ebola. Doctors at The Nebraska Medical Center have already treated two American Ebola patients. No other cases of Ebola are in the country today. The World Bank estimates that combat against Ebola, which has killed more than 5,100 people and infected nearly 15,000 in total, could cost up to $32.6 billion by the end of 2015. A co-ordinated international response was asked in this matter even by G-20 Group prime-ministers.