Ebola Crisis: NJ Gov. Christie predicts quarantine will soon become ‘national policy’

October 2014 WASHINGTONNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he has no second thoughts about enacting a 21-day medical quarantine on medical workers returning from treating Ebola patients in West Africa. “I think this is a policy that will become a national policy sooner rather than later,” the Republican governor said on “Fox News Sunday,” emphasizing the population density of his state and the New York metropolitan area. “The fact of the matter is that the CDC protocol, is as Dr. [Anthony] Fauci admitted himself, had been a moving target,” Christi added, referring to an earlier interview on the same show by the director of the Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
“It was my conclusion that we needed to do this to protect the public health of the people of New Jersey,” Christie said.” [New York] Gov. [Andrew] Cuomo agreed, and now [Chicago] Mayor [Rahm] Emanuel agrees, and I think the CDC eventually will come around to our point of view on this. This is government’s job,” Christie said. “We have taken this action, and I have no second thoughts about it.” –Politico
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3 Responses to Ebola Crisis: NJ Gov. Christie predicts quarantine will soon become ‘national policy’

  1. Dennis E. says:

    Don’t let a good crisis go to waste.

    Can anyone say medical martial law………

    In my opinion, people need to have a least 30 days or more of supplies within their home.
    If you are awaiting for the signs to do that, this is one and you are way behind……..

    In my opinion, you may need to defend it because the hearts of men(women) are getting more evil now. If you don’t believe that, then you will be just bait.

    it is terrible to write of these things, but all areas of our society is falling into chaos and confusion it seems.


  2. 'ter says:

    Given not only the virulent nature of ebola but the fact that, at this time, we don’t have a known cure and the resultant obvious devastating effects that could follow an outbreak spread by even only one infected person: EVERY person who returns from known ebola infected areas, (currently west Africa), should be quarantined on their return arrival point – regardless of the numbers involved and regardless of their apparent medical status.

    And the way CNN are sensationally and thus harmfully talking about current decisions being taken by Christie, good decisions taken by Christie, if you lot don’t follow rigorous quarantining procedures, regardless of whether or not people returning are displaying an illness, we might soon have to consider the USA an ebola infected area and as a result, lock you lot up whenever you leave American territorial lands ~ not such a bad thing really when you think about it and let’s face it, only about 74 Americans have passports, don’t they????


  3. Bruce Wayne says:

    yes, it will once it doesn’t matter anyway. Once enough people have the disease it will be ok to quarantine anyway


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