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Effective June 17, travelers from Liberia will no longer require active monitoring by North Carolina state or local public health. Travelers leaving Liberia will continue to be screened for symptoms prior to departure and Liberian traveler information will continue to be collected by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. These travelers will again be screened for exposures and symptoms upon entry at the five designated airports in the U.S. All travelers from Liberia will receive disease information and instructions to monitor and self-report symptoms should they develop. Travelers from Liberia currently under active monitoring by local health departments may be released from active monitoring and instructed to self-report if symptoms develop.

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