HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania health officials say three Pennsylvanians continue to show no signs of Ebola, after taking an Oct. 13 flight from Cleveland to Dallas with a nurse who later tested positive for the virus.

A Department of Health spokeswoman said Tuesday the trio continues to be monitored, along with approximately 100 others who spent time in Ebola-stricken West African nations before arriving in Pennsylvania.

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Spokeswoman Aimee Tysarczyk says none have tested positive for Ebola and that their risk of getting Ebola is very low.

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Travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and New Guinea who come to Pennsylvania are being asked to track body temperatures and symptoms, and to check in with officials twice a day for three weeks. Tysarczyk says the department is in touch with each person daily.

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