Do people by law have to be relocated to another house if someone who lives close has Ebola?

I understand that public institutions such as schools, colleges, markets etc by law have to be permanently closed down if someone is found to have Ebola, and cannot re-open especially if that Ebola is reported to have spread within that vicinity. But regardless to where they live, do residents whom live within in... show more I understand that public institutions such as schools, colleges, markets etc by law have to be permanently closed down if someone is found to have Ebola, and cannot re-open especially if that Ebola is reported to have spread within that vicinity.

But regardless to where they live, do residents whom live within in that area by law have to be relocated to another house whether their new residences are paid for by their insurances or paid for by the state. If this is true, does this also apply for those whom live in illegal shanty towns even though they are not run by a local council or just private houses and council houses?

Thank you for your information
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