The Houston Medical Examiner’s office says a man who was found dead in his Houston home Tuesday morning was infected with Ebola.
A man who died in his home Tuesday after being tested for Ebola was found to have the virus, according to a hospital spokeswoman.
The man was identified as Anthony Lamar Thomas.
The hospital says he had no symptoms of the virus.
The Associated Press is not naming him due to the fact he is a citizen of Liberia.
Thomas was taken to the hospital Tuesday afternoon, and officials say he was placed on a ventilator, and has not recovered.
He was taken off the ventilators Tuesday night.
The AP is not identifying Thomas due to his status as a Liberian citizen.
He had traveled to the United States in January and was living in Houston.
Thomas is the second person to be diagnosed with Ebola in Texas.
In May, a Liberia man died after showing symptoms.