A patient at Denver Health Medical Center is being tested for Ebola in the hospital’s isolation unit, hospital officials said on Sunday.  Hospital officials said that a patient arrived at the hospital at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday and say that Ebola is being considered as a “potential but unlikely diagnosis.” The patient is in fair condition and is being kept in isolation. “From an initial review of the situation and the

symptoms presented by the patient, it is unlikely that this will be confirmed as an Ebola case,” said Connie Price, an infectious diseases physician and Chief Medical Officer of Denver Health. “We are, however, following our standard procedures and taking every necessary precaution.” Price said that the patient was in the Congo recently, where the outbreak was declared over but the patient had treated others and handled dead bodies during his time there. READ MORE