A Canadian newspaper has reported that the first case of the Ebola virus has been detected in Ottawa.
A report by the Globe and Mail newspaper in Ottawa on Tuesday reported that it had found two more people infected with the virus.
The newspaper said it could not disclose the number of people.
The Globe and Montreal Gazette newspaper said on Wednesday that it has found two other people infected.
The paper said that one person has tested positive for the virus in New York.
Both newspapers cited unnamed health officials.
The World Health Organization has said that more than 9,000 people have died in the country from Ebola.
The WHO has also said that the virus has spread to a third of the country’s hospitals.
The virus has already killed more than 7,000 patients in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.
A Canadian health official has also tested positive in the United States.
A man who has tested negative for Ebola in the U.S. was found to have the virus at a Philadelphia hospital, the CDC said.
The official was isolated and taken to an isolation ward at Philadelphia Presbyterian Hospital.
He was discharged on Tuesday.
The New York City mayor said on Tuesday that the city is working with health authorities to isolate people from outside the city who might have come into contact with the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola.
“We’ve been working on the ground, but we still don’t have a clear picture yet of how many people are there who are potentially infected and why they’ve been infected,” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said.