DETROIT - The Michigan Department of Community Health says 14 people in Michigan are being actively monitored for Ebola.
Health agencies say people with a travel history that includes a return to the U.S. from Ebola-affected areas are being monitored. Authorities will check on people for 21 days after they leave affected areas, which includes checking their temperature and symptoms twice per day.
Sixty-nine people have been cleared after going through this process.
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