Missionaries To Be Quarantined

(Cleveland, OH) -- Missionaries who worked with Ebola patients in Liberia are going to be quarantined upon their return to North Carolina. Cleveland University Hospitals' Dr. Amy Edwards says that's much different from the isolation confirmed Ebola patients are put under while they're treated.
The Charlotte-based Christian group, SIM USA, said none of the missionaries are showing signs of sickness. SIM USA would not say how many missionaries are returning or when, citing privacy concerns.
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Cleveland University Hospitals' Dr. Amy Edwards says missionaries who worked with Ebola patients in Liberia are going to be quarantined upon their return to North Carolina.
Edwards says this is a public safety measure to make sure the missionaries weren't infected.
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