White House won’t force CDC’s Ebola protocols on states


OCT. 28, 2014

CNN – As states join federal authorities in taking steps to keep Ebola from spreading in the United States, there’s a growing political up-roar and growing confusion.

The Centers for Disease control just came out with new guidelines for states trying to figure out what to do with health care workers returning from West Africa.

But the White House says the federal government won’t force the states to abide by those protocols.

Here’s that story from CNN.

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  • Juan
    28 October 2014 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    Walang kita sa mandatory quarantine..Bayaan mong kumalat at gagamutin natin ang Ebola victims, diyan ang limpak limpak na pagpeperahan.

  • Delia
    29 October 2014 at 9:49 am - Reply

    Obama was against banning travel from Ebola infected countries when several other countries have done so , BUT he is against a mandatory quarantine of those returning from Africa to treat victims of the disease. He sends our military over there, which makes no sense, and yet he is for a mandatory quarantine for them. Why the difference between the health workers and the military. Now he wants to bring victims here, so why was the military sent there? The only thing I’m certain about with this picture is Americans, civilians and military alike, are at an increased risk in each case and we are the losers.

    I guess we now know why Obama refuses to ban travel from his beloved African countries, he is planning on bringing his brothers and sisters here for treatment at the cost and risk of U.S. citizens.

    He won’t put “boots on the ground” to fight ISIS, but will put 3,000 pair of boots on the ground to fight ebola. He won’t fight Muslim terrorists, but will fight “global warming”

    Why are Americans exposed to Ebola! Why would you risk American Citizens with a deadly disease? Why are others countries closing their borders?