UPDATE (7:25 p.m.): A hotel resort in the Marriot resort chain was closed on Monday due to a virus-related matter.
The hotel said in a statement on Twitter that the hotel was closed Monday due a medical emergency related to a medical incident.
It added that there were no other details.
The statement did not give any details.
Marriot also posted a statement saying that its medical staff have been provided additional equipment and supplies, and it will provide assistance as needed.
Marriott said it would reopen on Tuesday.
It is the second hotel in Marriot’s chain to be closed.
In March, it was closed for two days after the CDC declared the outbreak over.
The company did not provide a timeline for the recovery process, saying it could take weeks.
Marrion is the fourth-largest hotel chain in the U.S. and has been on a tear.
It opened a hotel on the grounds of the Marriott estate in New Orleans in 2014.
In 2015, the company said it had opened 50 of its more than 1,200 luxury properties, including resorts, condominiums and hotels.
The resort chain’s other resorts, the New York-Newark-New Orleans, Orlando-Kissimmee, and Vancouver-Vancouver, Canada, also closed.
More on ERI: The first case in the United States is a Liberian man who tested positive for Ebola.
The U.K. also confirmed a case in its National Health Service on Monday.
In Guinea, where the outbreak is ongoing, the Liberian government says the country’s government has not declared an Ebola-free zone.
Ebola can be fatal, especially to children, and the virus has spread through close contact with infected people.
There are no known cases of the virus in New York City, the country where the man in Liberia was treated.
Authorities in Liberia said a Liberman man was tested and diagnosed with Ebola Monday morning, but the health ministry did not say whether the man tested positive.