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Ebola response: Kaiser dives into debate over quarantining West Africa volunteers
Los Angeles Business Journal

Kaiser Permanente jumped into the burgeoning political controversy over mandatory quarantines for health care workers who go to fight Ebola in West Africa Sunday, saying returning doctors, nurses and other health staffers “deserve a hero’s welcome home, not fear and stigmatization.” Oakland-based Kaiser, which has 9.5 million health plan enrollees in eight states and the District of Columbia, said volunteers from the United States and other nations outside West Africa are “the only way to stop the virus from killing more, and spreading outside the region.”