Ebola has spread to New York City. A doctor who'd just been in Africa is the patient isolated at Bellevue Hospital.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers reports from Bellevue Hospital:
Dr. Craig Spencer just returned from Africa where he had been working with Doctors Without Borders.
He's been back in the U.S. for about a week, and in that time, went about his day to day routine monitoring himself for any symptoms.
Yesterday, he had a fever and diarrhea. The night before he'd been on the subway and went bowling. Though officials don't believe anyone is at risk because Dr. Spencer had no symptoms at that time.
He was brought here to Bellevue, and his fiancee and two others are now quarantined.
At Bellevue Hospital, Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.
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