ST. PAUL – Minnesota health officials outlined plans Monday for monitoring travelers from countries battling Ebola, and said the most-severe restrictions will be imposed only on those known to have treated someone with the virus while abroad.
The new framework announced by Gov. Mark Dayton and leading public health officials calls for quarantine only when a traveler has treated an Ebola patient and been exposed to the virus. In such a case, the traveler will be restricted to their home for 21 days. Any traveler exposed to Ebola will be b...
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