> A Liberian doctor with Ebola [Dr. Abraham Borbor, deputy chief medical doctor at Liberia’s largest hospital] who was given ZMapp — the same experimental drug given to two infected Americans — has died, officials said Monday.
> The two Americans who received ZMapp, both working for the charity Samaritan’s Purse, survived after treatment at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. When the two were released last week, their doctors said they did not know whether the drug — a cocktail of mouse antibodies grown in tobacco plants — had helped them, had no effect or perhaps even slowed their recoveries.
> A Spanish priest who received one of the first six doses also died, but that was attributed in part to his age, 75.
> The west African nation of Liberia, which has been affected by the 2014 outbreak, has secured enough ZMapp to treat three individual Liberians with the disease.
So 1/3 deaths for the Liberian samples, and 1/3 deaths of the Western samples.