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Yale student calls Ebola quarantine 'political'

A Yale student who was quarantined after returning from Liberia says it was unnecessary. Ryan Boyko, 30, returned from Africa two weeks ago after helping develop an Ebola tracking system for Liberia's

News 12 Staff

Oct 29, 2014, 3:57 PM

Updated 3,520 days ago

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A Yale student who was quarantined after returning from Liberia says it was unnecessary.
Ryan Boyko, 30, returned from Africa two weeks ago after helping develop an Ebola tracking system for Liberia's government.
After coming down with a fever, he was hospitalized and tested negative for Ebola.
Boyko says the quarantine was a political move.
Gov. Dannel Malloy says he ordered it because people can develop Ebola after tests are done.


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