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White House Distances From Decision to Isolate Soldiers Due To Ebola

White House Distances From Decision to Isolate Soldiers Due To Ebola

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest distanced the Obama administration from a military decision to isolate soldiers who served in Liberia for 21 days.

According to a CBS report, 11 soldiers including Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams are being monitored in Vicenza, Italy.

The decision to isolate soldiers indicates that there is still not a unified federal response regarding the handling of American citizens possibly exposed to the Ebola virus.  

Earnest punted followup questions to the Department of Defense.

When questioned about the lack of a federal policy governing the return of medical workers, Earnest pointed to state’s rights under federalism.

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