Is There a Case for Quarantine Perspectives from SARS to Ebola

Barbisch, D., Koenig, K., and Shih, F. (2015). Is There a Case for Quarantine? Perspectives from SARS to Ebola. (Abstract only.) Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 9(5):547-553.
The authors emphasize the need for the public and medical professionals to better understand the meaning of quarantine and explain related terminology. They also provide a case study from Taiwan during the 2002-2003 severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak. The authors include a quarantine and isolation decision tree that can help policy makers and public health officials in the event of an outbreak.
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