Four people who had been quarantined in the apartment they shared with an Ebola patient have been moved to a private, gated residence in an area away from other homes.

Hazmat crews worked for hours at the apartment complex, removing everything from inside the unit and scrubbing everything with bleach.

The CDC says that of the 100 people who came in contact with Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, 10 are considered high-risk exposure and require extra health monitoring. Officials would not say who they are.

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Meanwhile, a freelance NBC News photographer working in Nigeria has contracted Ebola and will be flown to Nebraska Medical Center for treatment.

Two patients in the Washington, D.C., area are hospitalized, showing signs and symptoms of the virus, though they have not been diagnosed.

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