UNC-Chapel Hill chancellor Carol Folt and leaders at UNC Health Care are prohibiting student travel to Ebola-stricken nations. University faculty and staff must have approval before traveling to Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone.
New York and New Jersey are requiring people returning from Ebola-affected areas of Africa to stay in quarantine for three weeks. That's the incubation period for the disease.
But North Carolina does not have such a mandate.
This week, Health Secretary Aldona Wos outlined the state's protocols for people returning from West Africa.