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NBC's Snyderman to Return After Breaking Ebola Quarantine

By    |   Tuesday, 02 Dec 2014 08:56 PM

NBC News chief medical correspondent Nancy Snyderman, benched after she violated an Ebola quarantine, will be back on the air Wednesday, reports say.

The New York Daily News reports that Snyderman will be on "Today" for a medical segment —  and will apologize for breaking a 21-day isolation after her return from covering the Ebola outbreak in hard-hit Liberia.

She'll also report on NBC's "Nightly News," the Associated Press reports. Her segments won't be on the Ebola crisis, the AP reports.

The crew with whom she was traveling included freelance photojournalist Ashoka Mukpo, who became infected with the hemorrhagic disease and recovered, the Daily News notes.

Snyderman and her NBC crew were all urged to quarantine themselves after their return to the United States, but she was spotted getting takeout food from a Princeton, N.J., restaurant.

New Jersey officials then made the quarantine mandatory. None of the crew came down with the disease.

But the food run triggered a furious backlash from viewers who suggested they'd have a hard time trusting her again after her risky mistake in judgment.

NBC News President Deborah Turness told Snyderman to take some time off, but questions continued up until this week about whether Synderman, a surgeon by training, would ever return to NBC News.

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