Woman monitored for Ebola moved into isolation at Oregon hospital
MILWAUKIE, Ore. -- A woman who recently visited West Africa and was being monitored for Ebola came down with a fever Friday and was moved into isolation at a hospital near Portland.
Health officials said they had been monitoring the unidentified woman who visited one of three Ebola-stricken countries, KPTV reported.
A spokesperson for Providence Milwaukie hospital said the woman came down with a 102-degree fever Friday. Crews took her from her home to isolation at the hospital.
The woman is being tested for Ebola and doctors expect results in the coming days. Samples will be sent to the CDC to confirm the results.
People who live with the woman are now in voluntary quarantine.
Health officials say there is no risk to the public.
Officials said there are a "couple" patients who are currently being monitored for Ebola in Oregon.
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