The patient's identity is still unknown, but is now in isolation at a University Hospital in Uppsala.
The patient, who is now in isolation, was first admitted at a hospital in Enköping - about 50 miles (80km) from Stockholm - before being transferred to Uppsala at around 7a.m. local time (1a.m. ET).
The patient, who lives in Sweden, returned from a trip to Burundi 3 weeks ago but was not known to have visited an Ebola-contaminated area, Kohler said. The hospital in Enkoping shut down its emergency room and monitored its staff after the patient displayed symptoms of Ebola.
"Test results will probably be received sometime this evening". Hospital authorities are concerned that the patient may have Ebola.
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Of 585 people reported to have been infected there in the last six months, 356 have died. Dr. Ted Cieslak, who is an infectious disease specialist at the medical centers said in a statement on December 29, "the person may have been exposed to the virus but is not ill and is not contagious".
Mikael Köhler, Head Doctor at Region Uppsala told UNT: "The patient came into the hospital this morning".
The epidemic is only surpassed by the outbreak that crippled western Africa between 2013 and 2016, during which more than 28,000 cases were confirmed.