Eighty eight Indian nationals who have been brought back from Ebola-hit Liberia were Tuesday screened for the deadly virus after their arrival at the airports here and one was put in isolation officials said. Of the 88 Indians brought back 71 landed in Mumbai and 17 in New Delhi. A statement from the health ministry said all were screened and found healthy except for one passenger who had fever and a sore throat. He has been isolated in a quarantine-cum-isolation facility at the Delhi airport. The ministry statement said state governments have been requested to ensure monitoring of these passengers.