Protesters loot an Ebola quarantine centre in the Liberian capital of Monrovia, resulting in the escape of 17 patients and the theft of blood-stained bedding and medical equipment.
A cargo ship, which was banned from sailing for failing to comply with basic security measures, sinks off the coast of Liberia, leaving at least seven people missing. The ship had departed Liberia's capital Monrovia on Saturday and was heading to a port in the south of the country.
A 15-year-old boy from Liberia's Paynesville district, who tested positive for Ebola last week, dies of the disease at a treatment center near the capital, Monrovia, just over 11 weeks after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the country free of the virus. The boy's father and brother, who also tested positive, are at the center; his mother and two other siblings were admitted for observation. In addition, 160 people who came in direct contact with the boy, are being monitored.
United States authorities announce mandatory Ebola screening will end for travelers from Liberia to five U.S. airports, effective September 21, 2015. Screening of travelers from Sierra Leone and Guinea will continue.
Dr. Craig Spencer, a Doctors Without Borders volunteer, was declared free of the Ebola virus and released from a New York City hospital. His was the last Ebola case being treated in the United States.