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A female healthcare worker who was quarantined because she took care of Ebola patients in Sierra Leone has developed a fever after arriving at Newark Liberty Airport, WABC reported.
She is in isolation and is being evaluated at University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey.
She had no symptoms upon arrival, the New Jersey State Health Department said.
Read the Health Department's statement below:
The healthcare worker Governor Chris Christie indicated earlier today would be quarantined because of a recent history of treating Ebola patients in West Africa had no symptoms upon arrival at Newark Liberty International Airport earlier today.