A man in his 40s is reportedly being tested for Ebola in Japan's capital after arriving at Tokyo's Haneda airport from Liberia. The man, who would mark the first Ebola case in the country, was taken to a hospital to be examined for possible infection, according to Kyodo and other media reports in Japan. The country's Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare did not immediately respond to a request for comment or confirmation, but media reports cite health minister Yasuhisa Shiozaki as calling the move "precautionary." Local newspaper Japan Times said the man was a journalist who spent two months in Africa. Results of the test will be known early Tuesday. Read More on Ebola: Boy, 5, being observed in NYC hospital for Ebola What’s more likely to kill you — Ebola or doughnuts?
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