(New York Daily News) Dr. Nancy Snyerman's team couldn't contain itself.
New Jersey health officials ordered a mandatory quarantine for the NBC News crew that worked alongside an Ebola-infected cameraman after the group violated the terms of its self-confine agreement.
The group, which includes the network's chief medical correspondent, was asked to isolate itself for 21 days — Ebola's incubation period — after their colleague Ashoka Mukpo was diagnosed with the virus earlier this month.
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But on Friday night, they were all placed in a mandatory quarantine.
It's not clear which team member violated the order.