A Scottish nurse, Pauline Cafferkey , contracted Ebola Virus infection in Sierra Leone last year and was treated in the United Kingdom; about two weeks ago, she was readmitted several months after recovery into the isolation ward in the UK where Ebola cases are treated.
Tests and examinations have led doctors managing her to conclude that she has meningitis due to the Ebola virus. According to the doctors it is not a case of fresh infection rather it is the Ebola virus which caused the first infection that migrated to the brain where it has been multiplying gradually.
Meningitis is an infection of the cover of the brain and is characterized by high fever, constant headache with vomiting, stiffness of the neck, sensitivity to light such that the person does not want to see light, convulsions, and unconsciousness.
Fortunately she is recovering just fine.
This is probably the first known case of meningitis due to Ebola virus.