US Soldiers Quarantined in Italy as Obama Says No to Quarantines Here

Tue Oct 28, 2014 AT 7:32 AM EDT

Soldiers returning from deployment to Liberia must take a 21 day stop in Italy for Ebola monitoring, reports CBS News. The soldiers currently being monitored include Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams, who was recently commander of the U.S. Army in Africa. By contrast, the Obama administration is fighting state-based quarantines of health care workers, with the CDC setting new restrictions Monday for only “high-risk” workers returning from west Africa, reports The Hill.

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