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24 Oct 2014 09:55 PM EST

Should Every Doctor Returning From West Africa Be Quarantined?

As word spread Thursday night that a New York doctor who recently treated Ebola patients in West Africa was now infected with the disease, many began to wonder why he hadn't been quarantined immediately upon his return to a densely populated city of 8 million people. Those concerns only grew as it was revealed that the doctor, 32-year-old Craig Spencer, rode the subway, visited a public park, ate at a restaurant and went bowling in New York over the two days before he began showing symptoms

 

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