Stating this today, Hospital officials, however, ruled out the possibility of the woman being infected with the deadly Ebola virus and said she would be discharged after prescribed days of observation.
The woman was an HIV patient and had complained of throat pain and headache. She was tested at the Anti-Retroviral Therapy unit of the hospital and admitted to the separate ward, they said.
Central government has recently started risk categorisation of passengers from Ebola-affected countries at Indian airports as high, medium and low and said the Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) is tracking all passengers carrying any amount of risk.
It had also stated that a total of 353 passengers are being tracked and most of them are in the states of Maharashtra, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed more than 1,200 people since it began in December 2013.