A pregnant mother and her daughter have told of their fears of contracting the virus, as they are still waiting for tests to confirm whether they are infected.
Dr Jennifer Taylor, from the Royal London Infirmary, has visited the two-year-old’s GP to check on her condition.
“I think that’s been a real struggle for her,” she said.
“She is feeling very, very tired, she is very lethargic and she is dehydrated and she has got a cold.”
We’ve been trying to get her to go home but she hasn’t been in quite so long.
“And then we’ve been on a bit of a roll in terms of the infection rate, so I think she’s definitely in the most serious condition of her life right now.”
The couple, from Liverpool, have been living in an apartment near a public toilet in the capital.
“It’s really frustrating because we’ve tried to keep our children safe,” Ms Taylor said.
It is understood that the baby’s father has tested positive for the virus.
“At the moment there is nothing to worry about,” she added.
“There’s not a single vaccine that has been available for people who have contracted Ebola.”
But we’re still waiting to get a positive result from the test.
“The outbreak began in Liberia in March, and has killed more than 5,000 people in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria.
But the number of cases in the US is slowly declining.
In the past few weeks, there have been a number of new cases in Texas, which was the first state to announce it was no longer using the US vaccine.
And in Ohio, where more than 1,000 cases have been reported, the number has now dropped to 1,065.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said it will not start vaccinating Americans until the virus has passed through the quarantine process in the three US states it has been found in.