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"It's not like we have to treat them as if they have to be locked up. That's just not necessary based on any of the science we have about this," said Dr. Michael Osterholm, with the University of Minnesota.
For more of our interview with Dr. Osterholm, check out the video above.
(CNN) - Army Major General Darryl A. Williams, commander of U.S. Army Africa, and approximately 10 other personnel are now in "controlled monitoring" in Italy after returning there from West Africa over the weekend, according to multiple U.S. military officials.
The American personnel are effectively under quarantine, but Pentagon officials declined to use that terminology.
William's plane was met on the ground by Italian authorities "in full CDC gear," the official said referring to the type of protective equipment warn by U.S. health care workers.
There is no indication at this time any of the team have symptoms of Ebola.
(CNN) – Terrorists becoming capable of shooting down aircraft has long been a security nightmare.
Now, new images posted by ISIS may show it is already a reality. The video shows an ISIS militant firing at an Iraqi helicopter with a shoulder-fired missile, identified by experts at Jane's Defense as a Chinese-made FN-6.
The next frame shows what ISIS claims was the result – the twisted wreckage of the downed chopper.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
(CNN) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday that it does not recommend routine quarantine for health care workers returning from caring for Ebola patients in West Africa. Instead, the CDC is suggesting more "intensive monitoring."
CNN Elizabeth Cohen reports.
(CNN) - An American nurse who has tested negative for Ebola is being released after days in quarantine in New Jersey.
Kaci Hickox, who told CNN the quarantine was violating her rights, is being discharged, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's office said Monday.
Hickox was put in isolation Friday after returning to New Jersey from a month in Sierra Leone.
Her quarantine, part of a days-old policy the governors of New York and New Jersey instituted for all health care workers who've had contact with Ebola patients in West Africa, has been criticized widely by health care experts.