The governors of New York and New Jersey have decided to stick to new plans to quarantine health workers who have return from countries where the Ebola epidemic is widespread. Governor Cuomo of New York has expressed admiration for health officials who are helping to alleviate this crisis but also added that public safety is equally important as well. This comes after a nurse has been quarantine upon returning to America and has since gotten a lawyer with plans to sue. According to the plan set forth by New York and New Jersey, health officials returning from countries in West Africa can stay in their homes for the 21 day quarantine and will be check twice a day by healthcare professionals. Personally, I see nothing wrong with the plan by New York and New Jersey. While I agree with President Obama's stance that we must not create this atmosphere of massive fear and paranoia, it is also important we must find measures to prevent the spread of Ebola here in America as well as the countries hardest hit by the disease in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.