STOCKHOLM (AP) -- Doctors Without Borders in Norway say one of the organization's employees in Sierra Leona has tested positive for Ebola.
The group said in a statement the Norwegian worker was put into isolation on Sunday after coming down with a fever. Lab test performed on the same day confirmed the person was infected with the virus.
It said the worker will be evacuated to Norway as soon as possible and put into isolation in Oslo.
The organization is investigating how the employee was infected.