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Man Hospitalized In Sweden Tests Negative For Ebola

(Stockholm) -- Swedish officials say a man hospitalized and tested in Stockholm over the weekend is showing no signs of having the Ebola virus. The unidentified man had recently traveled to a risk area for the deadly disease and had a fever when he was admitted to the hospital. He will continue to get treatment so health officials can determine the cause of his symptoms. More than 15-hundred people in West Africa have died in an Ebola outbreak in recent months.

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