The fight over Ebola quarantines in the United States is already discouraging doctors, nurses and other health workers from signing up to go to Africa and battle the outbreak where help is needed most.
Would-be volunteers are worried about losing three additional weeks of work when they return to the United States, about still-evolving isolation rules and about being holed up in an unfamiliar place, aid organizations say.
They also worry about mistreatment generated by the public fear of Ebola, the organizations say.
“We have seen a big deterrence,” said Margaret…
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