(WEEKLY STANDARD) North Carolina senator Kay Hagan said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is “giving us great guidance” on how to deal with Ebola virus infections here in the United States.

The Democrat, who is up for reelection, praised the CDC and the World Health Organization in a Wednesday press conference in Charlotte.

“The CDC and the World Health Organization is certainly giving us great guidance, but we’ve got to make sure the implementation is perfect,” said the first-term senator. Hagan also declined to endorse the policy of temporarily banning passengers from entering the U.S. if they’re traveling from West African countries experiencing the Ebola outbreak.

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