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    Kaci Hickox - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Kaci Hickox speaks on the phone with a state health official Saturday to report that she has no symptoms of Ebola. Hickox hopes other health workers treating Ebola patients will be treated better than she has been. “I know that won’t happen today,” she said.

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    Kaci Hickox speaks to the media in Fort Kent on Friday. “We are humbled today by the judge’s decision," said said, "and even more humbled by the support we have received from the people of Fort Kent, across the nation and even across the globe."

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    Ted Wilbur and Kaci Hickox take a walk near his house in Fort Kent on Friday.

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    Ted Wilbur addresses the media outside his house in Fort Kent after a worker from the Maine Center for Disease Control revisited the house to retake the temperature of Kaci Hickox, Wilbur's girlfriend, on Friday.

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    Ted Wilbur and Kaci Hickox address members of the media in the driveway of his home in Fort Kent on Thursday. Wilbur said the pair aren't trying to make anyone in the town uncomfortable, and are only trying to catch up with regular routines now that Hickox is back home after caring for Ebola patients in Sierra Leone.

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    Media congregate outside a home in Fort Kent in preparation for a news conference by Kaci Hickox, who has been staying there since returning from caring for Ebola patients in Sierra Leone.

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    CBS news correspondent Don Dahler records a report Friday morning outside the home of Ted Wilbur, where Kaci Hickox is staying in Fort Kent.

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    Fort Kent Police Chief Thomas Pelletier leaves the home of Kaci Hickox and Ted Wilber Friday morning, saying “We just had a good morning conversation.”

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    Fort Kent Police Chief Thomas Pelletier arrives at the house of Kaci Hickox Friday morning.

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    CBS correspondent Don Dahler does a take for CBS This Morning outside the home of Ted Wilbur, where Kaci Hickox is waiting to see whether the state and governor LePage will file a court order for a mandatory quarantine in Fort Kent on Friday morning.

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    Ted Wilbur told reporters late Thursday that he and his girlfriend, Kaci Hickox, watched "The Avengers" online and caught up with laundry in their home Thursday.

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    Ted Wilbur addresses members of the media in the driveway of his home in Fort Kent late Thursday. Wilbur declined to discuss legal matters between his girlfriend, Kaci Hickox, and the state of Maine but said the couple aren't trying to make anyone in the town uncomfortable, and are only trying to catch up with their routines, now that Hickox is back home from West Africa.

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    Members of the media follow Kaci Hickox Thursday as she rides bike along a road in Fort Kent.

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    Kaci Hickox makes her way back into her house with members of the media surrounding her after a morning bike ride in Fort Kent.

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    Kaci Hickox and her boyfriend, Ted Wilbur, left their Fort Kent home Thursday morning and rode bikes to a snowmobile trail.

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    Nurse Kaci Hickox leaves her home on a rural road in Fort Kent to take a bike ride with her boyfriend, Ted Wilbur, on Thursday.

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    Nurse Kaci Hickox and her boyfriend, Ted Wilbur, ride bikes on a trail near her home in Fort Kent. The couple went on an hour-long ride followed by a Maine State Trooper. Police are monitoring her, but can't detain her without a court order signed by a judge.

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    Kaci Hickox - Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Maine State Police trooper vehicles, as well as members of national and local media stand outside the home of Ted Wilbur and Kaci Hickox in Fort Kent Thursday morning.

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    Kaci Hickox and boyfriend, Ted Wilbur, take questions about Maine's quarantine policy outside Wilbur's home in Fort Kent on Wednesday. "I remain in good spirits and I'm thankful to be home with my partner Ted," she said. "I went into public health because I believe that good science and compassion can make a difference in peoples' lives. That is exactly why I went to Sierra leone to fight Ebola. It is not my intention to put anyone at risk in this community."

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    State Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew, left, listens as Dr. Sheila Pinette, director of Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, talks about the state's response to travelers who've been exposed to the Ebola virus, during a news conference Wednesday in Augusta.

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    Members of the media photograph Theodore Wilbur, left, a Maine health official and a Maine State Police trooper in Fort Kent. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Ted Wilbur greets a passing car as he waits for a state health official to take his girlfriend, Kaci Hickox's temperature. She is being monitored to determine whether she is displaying symptoms of Ebola. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    A state health official is escorted by a Maine State Police trooper to the home of Theodore Wilbur, where Kaci Hickox is staying in Fort Kent. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    A Maine State police officer waits outside the home of Ted Wilbur, while a CDC employee assesses Kaci Hickox at her boyfriend Ted Wilbur's home in Fort Kent. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    The house of nurse Kaci Hickox who is fighting her quarantine after returning home from ministering to Ebola patients in West Africa.

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    An NBC news team knocks on the door of nurse Kaci Hickox's Fort Kent house Wednesday morning.

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    NBC affiliate network producer Nick Bogert, left, video photojournalist Joel Coblenz, center, and audio technician Paul Green knock on the home of Ted Wilbur, where Kaci Hickox returned Tuesday evening in Fort Kent, ME on Wednesday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    An unmarked Maine State Police Trooper sits outside the home of Ted Wilbur, where Kaci Hickox returned Tuesday evening in Fort Kent, ME on Wednesday. A uniformed officer said the Maine State Police was there to work with the CDC, to watch for safety and movement at the home. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Members of the media line up outside Ted Wilbur’s home, where Kaci Hickox returned on Tuesday night, in Fort Kent, ME on WednesdayWhitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Kaci Hickox and boyfriend, Ted Wilbur, meet with a group of media Wednesday night outside Wilbur's home in Fort Kent. Hickox says she will not abide by a state-ordered quarantine following her work with Ebola patients in West Africa.

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    Kaci Hickox speaks to the press outside her boyfriend's home on Wednesday night. She said she has been told that Maine's attorney general intends to file legal action, and if that occurs, she will fight it.

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    Kaci Hickox takes questions from reporters Wednesday night outside her boyfriend's home in Fort Kent. She said, "We have been in negotiations all day with the state of Maine, and tried to resolve this amicably, but they will not allow me to leave my house and have any interaction with the public even though I'm completely healthy and symptom free."

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    Kaci Hickox speaks to reporters Wednesday night in Fort Kent.

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    One of the primary objections to the detention of Maine nurse Kaci Hickox in a tent outside a New Jersey hospital was that she couldn’t have access to anyone, didn’t have a television and had almost no comforts, such as a flush toilet.

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