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multiple31-Oct-2014healthJessicaWoman99 by votes23250.0%


Do you think it's necessary to keep us safe from the Ebola virus?

Such as a mandatory quarantine up to 30 day's inside your home and not being allowed outside or to be in contact with others.

7It depends
4Other answer

posted 31-Oct-2014 8:38pm  
Necessary in order to what? Whenever someone says "necessary" without completing the entire thought, it is a meaningless statement or question.
posted 31-Oct-2014 9:16pm  
It all depends on the person and where they have been and who they came in contact with
posted 31-Oct-2014 9:31pm  
Uh, yeah... If I came back from Sierra Leone!
posted 1-Nov-2014 6:22am  
posted 1-Nov-2014 10:54pm  
Stay quarantined for 2 years inside your own home to keep from spreading Ebola
jettles Survey Central Subscriber
posted 2-Nov-2014 8:45am  
I think it is necessary to attempt to keep exposure to a minimum using the best scientific and medical knowledge we have but I believe the some politicians are over stepping their knowledge of the virus and using a blanket quarantine in some cases that are not an exposure risk. It is a political season in the US and we are ramping up to start the ever longer run up to a presidential race so everyone political is "trying to do what they know is best for the people" even though they don't know best or chose to know what is best!
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 2-Nov-2014 9:34pm  
I think infection control plans should be based on the science and not the politics. You can't put someone under house arrest just because other people are stupid.
posted 3-Nov-2014 10:15am  
Screen all passengers as they are getting off their flight from Africa and put them in a plastic bubble
posted 4-Nov-2014 6:28am  
rolls eyes
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 5-Nov-2014 12:29pm  
I think it depends.
posted 9-Nov-2014 2:45pm  
Don't know. Don't care.

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