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The United States government flew 195 Americans in from the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China but is not placing them under a mandatory quarantine.
Instead, they're being placed under a "voluntary quarantine" which will last only three days and they're apparently free to leave if they so please.
From The Washington Examiner, "'They can leave': CDC won't quarantine 195 Americans flown home from 'epicenter' of coronavirus":
Federal officials said the 195 Americans [Note: some reports are saying 201] returning from the epicenter of the coronavirus in Wuhan, China, are not under quarantine and will be allowed to leave March Air Reserve Base in California.Why are we taking any chances while the coronavirus is still spreading like crazy?
As Sen. Cotton noted, "flights from China are landing in the US every hour."
Do they want this virus to spread?
It can cause infections with no symptoms.
The Brits, who are usually even more paralyzed by political correctness than the US, asked their citizens to sign contracts consenting to being quarantined for 14 days before boarding their return flight.
They've also moved to ban all non-essential flights, as the Sunday Post reports:
British Airways have suspended flights to and from China for the time being with the Foreign Office advising against all but essential travel to the country.Meanwhile, the White House is still just "monitoring" the situation!
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