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The Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance crew who transported the infected man to the hospital is being quarantined and monitored for Ebola symptoms, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings told NBC 5, and the ambulance used to transport the man has been pulled from service.
The number of people in the DFR crew being monitored is not known.
After receiving the Ebola diagnosis, the city activated its Emergency Operations Center and is on Level 2: High Readiness.
The patient showed no symptoms of the virus when he left Liberia on Sept. 19 and arrived in the U.S. a day later, according to CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden.
There was no risk to any fellow airline passengers because the man had no symptoms when he was traveling, Frieden said.
The patient didn't begin developing symptoms of the virus until Sept. 24 and sought care on Friday. He was hospitalized the following Sunday and placed in isolation.
According to the City of Dallas, the patient had moved to Dallas a week ago.
Earlier, officials said the patient came to Dallas to visit family. It is unclear what the unidentified man's nationality is.
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