Effective today, travelers from Liberia to the United States no longer need to be actively monitored by or in daily contact with their health departments, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday. They will continue to be screened when departing Liberia and funneled through the five U.S. airports conducting enhanced entry screening. Those with no enhanced risk factors will receive a CARE kit that includes information about Ebola, a thermometer, and contact information for state and local health departments. They will be encouraged to watch their health for 21 days after leaving Liberia and to contact their local health department if they develop a fever or other Ebola symptoms. CDC held a related call with clinicians today and expects to post updated guidance for clinicians and health systems at www.cdc.gov/ebola. The World Health Organization last month declared the end of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.