The only way to control the spread of the disease is to stop it and if we won't stop travel then we must stop the individuals.
I'm certainly not confident in the 'self-quarantine' such as the doctor that was recently utilizing public transportation while symptomatic!!
If the individual isn't going to behave prudently, then perhaps its time to put in place some mandates."
This is in response to:
Tested Negative for Ebola, Nurse Criticizes Her Quarantine
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