A patient in a Dallas, Texas, hospital has been confirmed to have Ebola, the first case of the deadly virus in the U.S. that did not arrive on a medevac plane.

The Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Tom Frieden, is expected to make an announcement shortly.

John Roberts joined Neil Cavuto on Your World and reported that this passenger flew from Liberia and was asymptomatic on the flight - which is good news because it lowers the chances of transmission of the virus.

Upon arrival in the U.S., however, the man became extremely ill and was taken to a hospital and put in a strict isolation unit for containment.

Watch the clip from Your World above and stay with Fox News Insider for updates.

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