Maine, nurse reach settlement on Ebola quarantine

The state of Maine has reached a settlement with Kaci Hickox, the nurse who sued over the requirement that she remain in a 21-day quarantine after returning from Sierra Leone, Reuters reports. Under the settlement, Hickox may travel freely in public but must monitor her health and report any symptoms suggesting Ebola, according to the article. The settlement will remain in effect through Nov. 10. Hickox, who displayed no symptoms of the virus, was already quarantined in New Jersey under Gov. Chris Christie's (R) orders for four days before being transported to her home in Maine. Article

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