Ebola survivor Craig Spencer was spotted out and about in New York with his fiancee Morgan Dixon after he was released from the hospital.
On Wednesday, New York Daily News posted a photo of Spencer and Dixon as they took a Toyota Camry Uber cab from their home in Hamilton Heights to a Harlem boutique hotel. Dixon wore a blue coat with a white scarf as Spencer wore a black jacket with a hood over his head and jeans.
Spencer was released from the hospital on Tuesday night while his future wife was quarantined as precaution. After going through a number of days with an Ebola scare, it's been reported that Spencer is free from the virus, and he and his fiancee are able to go about their lives now.
Spencer had 20 days of treatment in strict isolation, according to the site. Before leaving the hospital, he said, "Today, I'm healthy and no longer infectious." He had Ebola in October where he apparently contracted it in Guinea since he was treating victims there.
In a recent story from ABC News, Spencer reportedly had gastrointestinal symptoms, which health officials had "anticipated." The 33-year-old was also going through different kinds of therapies.
"In addition to the required supportive therapy, we initiated antiviral therapy within hours of admission," city health officials said. "We also administered plasma therapy yesterday. These therapies have been used at Emory and Nebraska."