When Dr. Colin Bucks from Stanford returned from Liberia last week where he was treating Ebola patients, neither the Centers for Disease Control nor the state of California had guidelines to quarantine health care workers like him.
Nonetheless, San Mateo County coordinated with the CDC, the California Department of Public Health and the San Francisco International Airport and was ready when he landed. Even though Bucks had no symptoms of the deadly disease, the doctor who volunteered in West Africa agreed to stay away from wor...
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