Twelve Trenton residents that recently returned from West Africa are currently being monitored for Ebola. None of the twelve individuals are currently presenting with symptoms of the deadly virus. The 21-day monitoring is being taken as a precaution.
According to the state health department, there are currently an estimated 100 people in New Jersey being monitored for symptoms of the virus, due to recent trips to West Africa. For more information on how health officials and first responders are handling the situation, follow this link: A Dozen Travelers Being Monitored for Ebola in Trenton