U.S. Quarantines For Returning Ebola Workers Unnecessary, ACLU/Yale Joint Report Says

NBC News: Ebola Quarantines Were Stupid and Wrong, Report Says
“Fear-mongering and ignorance drove states to force health workers into quarantine when they returned from fighting Ebola in West Africa, and the restrictions were probably unconstitutional, a new report says. What’s more, no one has kept statistics on how many people were put into quarantine across the United States in the last year, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Yale Global Health Justice Partnership said in a joint report issued Tuesday…” (Fox, 12/3).

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