The Czech Republic government is now responding to the reported inhumane handling of a student from Ghana who was quarantined over an Ebola scare. After four Ghanaian nationals arrived at Prague Airport this past Saturday, one of the students was promptly arrested at a train station and quarantined over what turned out to be a “bad cold,” GhanaWeb reported.

“After the quarantine process, the Health Ministry reportedly stated that the suspected individuals were suffering from cold and not the Ebola virus as earlier suspected,” said Zita Okaikoi, Gahana’s Ambassador to the Czech Republic. “The students have since been released and are in Pardubice to undertake their studies in the University.”

A video taken by Russian media shows the student covered in black plastic while being wheeled to an isolation center. Although close 4,500 people have died as a result of 2014 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa, no one has died in Ghana. In fact, out of more than 100 suspected Ebola cases in Ghana, none have tested positive for the disease.