Health care workers who treat Ebola patients in hospitals may need to quarantine their patients, a study has found.

A new study found some people are infected with Ebola while others have no symptoms, raising the possibility of isolation for those with the virus.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned that those with Ebola in their homes could be at risk of isolation if they were exposed to an infected patient.

A few of those people could also become infected with the deadly virus.

The CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO) are urging all health care workers to wear face masks while treating patients, but experts have cautioned that the risk of transmission is still high.

“There’s no way to tell whether someone’s infected, and it’s still too early to tell,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).

The Centers are testing 4,000 patients and testing 2,000 others in four Ebola treatment centers to see if they have symptoms, including fever, cough, and sore throat.

Gottlieb and other experts have raised concerns that the virus could infect some people in a room with others, even after they have been tested for Ebola.

In addition to people who have no visible symptoms, the CDC has also found that some people may not show symptoms after they’ve been in isolation for days.

So far, the study found that 1,946 people who tested positive for Ebola and had been in quarantine for more than 24 hours were tested, but that’s only about 1.6% of the total number of people tested.

The CDC is testing more people for Ebola in the hopes of finding a cure.

And the WHO is trying to get its staff to wear masks while caring for patients in its Ebola response centers.

WHO said in a statement Friday that the WHO will be releasing more information about its Ebola test results and will work to help people who are tested.

However, the WHO said the risk is still “extremely low” and that the number of tests being done is small compared to other health care interventions.

It also said it’s concerned that the amount of time it takes to collect and test samples has increased, with the amount required rising by 30% to 50% in the past year.

The WHO is working to improve testing times for those who do have symptoms.

But some people might have symptoms even if they haven’t had Ebola.

For example, in some cases, people who were in quarantine might have had symptoms but have no direct contact with a patient, the report said.

The CDC also found a possible association between some people who had been exposed to a patient and their subsequent viral shedding.

“We know that there are people who may be infected while they are in isolation,” Gottliebi said.

Experts said there are several other risks associated with testing.

For example: The virus is transmitted through direct contact and bodily fluids, such as sweat or urine.

Testing is difficult because of the virus’ ability to hide in the air and spread.

There’s also the risk that testing could trigger other outbreaks of the Ebola virus.

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