NPR | January 1, 2015
If you’re having trouble keeping all these rules straight, you’re not alone, says Lawrence Gostin, a specialist in global health law at Georgetown Law School, and a critic of mandatory quarantines.
“I think there’s a ton of confusion about this,” Gostin says. What’s more, he adds, “It was not just confusing. It was a message that, in a way, was a significant deterrent to health workers flying to and from the region.”