The Michigan Department of Community Health confirmed that 10 people are being monitored for Ebola in Michigan right now.

The reports came out early this week, but they were not confirmed by the MDCH until late Tuesday.

The 10 people are located in various counties throughout the state, and the names of the counties haven't been released by the department.  There is no word on where the people were possibly exposed to the deadly virus.

The people will be monitored for at least 21 days before they are cleared.

The one thing to remember is that there have been NO Ebola cases in Michigan, and these people are only being monitored because of a chance they were exposed to it.


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