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California

Anyone who has traveled to California from an Ebola-affected area and has had contact with someone with a confirmed case of Ebola must be quarantined for 21 days. Anyone traveling to an Ebola-affected area -- currently defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone -- who has not come into contact with a person with Ebola will not be subject to quarantine. More

Connecticut

Connecticut health officials are working with federal authorities and are being notified of people who have arrived from Ebola-affected countries. Those travelers will be subject to mandatory monitoring for 21 days, and further steps will be determined on case-by-case basis. More

Florida

Florida has issued a mandatory 21-day quarantine for anyone traveling from an Ebola-affected country, regardless if they show symptoms or not. The Florida Department of Health will conduct an in-person risk assessment within 12 hours of the traveler's arrival and check their temperature twice daily. More

Georgia

Travelers arriving at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport from Ebola-affected countries will be screened and monitored. Those who show symptoms will be isolated immediately, and those who don’t will be divided into three categories and monitored. Non-compliance will result in quarantine at a state-designated facility. More

Illinois

Illinois health officials require a mandatory 21-day home quarantine for high-risk people who have had contact with Ebola patients in Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone. More

Maine

Anyone traveling to Maine from West Africa will be monitored for at least 21 days from their last possible Ebola exposure. Travelers who had direct contact with Ebola patients—including health care workers who used personal protective equipment—will be asked to stay home and avoid public contact for 21 days, under a "voluntary" self-quarantine that officials will enforce via court order. More

New Jersey

At the Newark Liberty International Airport, there is a mandatory 21-dy quarantine for anyone who has had direct contact with a person infected with the Ebola virus while in one of the three West African countries. People returning from the region who have not had direct contact with a person infected by the virus will also be monitored by public health officials and possibly quarantined if it is deemed necessary by them. More

New York

If a person arrives and had direct contact with an individual infected with Ebola and shows symptoms of the virus, they will be transported straight to an NYC hospital. If they had direct contact and are asymptomatic when they arrive, they will be transported in a private vehicle to their homes, where they will remain in quarantined for 21 days and be checked on twice daily. If a person arrives from one of the affected areas but had no direct contact with someone with Ebola and shows no symptoms, they will be monitored by health officials twice daily for 21 days but are not subject to automatic quarantine. More

Virginia

Passengers arriving at Washington Dulles Airport on flights originating from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone are being screened for Ebola symptoms and told how to monitor themselves for fever and other symptoms for the next 21 days. More