Inside Ebola Quarantine, Army General Gives Interview

Posted October 30, 2014 at 5:05am

CNN reports: “They’re just back from the Ebola hot zone, they can’t have any physical contact with family or loved ones and their plastic forks are being burned after each use.”  

“But American troops quarantined in Italy have good morale and are proud of their work against the “silent enemy” of Ebola, according to Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams, who is being isolated alongside his soldiers at the Army base in Vicenza.”  

“U.S. Army personnel will continue to be placed in 21-day quarantine as they return home to their base in Italy, according to Williams, commander of U.S. Army forces in Africa, who spoke to CNN from within the isolation area by military video conference.”