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CDC modifies Ebola monitoring and movement guidelines

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on 27 October upgraded its guidelines for healthcare workers returning to the US after providing care to Ebola patients in West Africa – changes that came after states, primarily New York and New Jersey, imposed mandatory 21-day quarantines for doctors, nurses or other American health professionals coming home from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone.

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