The man found dead in Ireland's first suspected case of Ebola has been named locally as father-of-one Dessie Quinn, the Press Association has reported.
Neighbours say the 43-year-old, from the Doorin area of Co Donegal, may have been getting outpatient treatment for suspected malaria after returning from Sierra Leone.
It is thought he had visited the west African country as part of work for a telecommunications company.
His body has been transferred to Letterkenny General Hospital, where it is being kept in the mortuary while medics await the results of a blood test.
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