Mandatory Ebola Quarantine in Princeton
Princeton, NJ: NBC Medical Correspondent Dr. Nancy Snyderman of Princeton, NJ broke her Ebola voluntary isolation agreement when she visited a Princeton Boro bistro to pickup take-out food. Snyderman and the NBC crew reported in Liberia about the Ebola crisis.
As a result of the reckless behavior, Snyderman and the crew are now under mandatory State Quarantine.
The following statement was issued:
“While under voluntary quarantine guidelines, which called for our team to avoid public contact for 21 days, members of our group violated those guidelines and understand that our quarantine is now mandatory until 21 days have passed. We remain healthy and our temperatures are normal. As a health professional I know that we have no symptoms and pose no risk to the public, but I am deeply sorry for the concerns this episode caused. We are thrilled that Ashoka is getting better and our thoughts continue to be with the thousands affected by Ebola whose stories we all went to cover.”
According to planetprinceton.com, Snyderman was seen out traveling in Princeton and Hopewell Township.
Her NBC bio reports Snyderman and her husband, Doug, live in Princeton, New Jersey with their three children: Kate, Rachel and Charlie.
Princeton is located in middle western New Jerseys Capitol County of Mercer, where the first US Enterovirus victim died in Hamilton Township earlier this month.