I don't think so, if other countries medical workers become infected they need to take them to their own country. If they use our specially equipped jets to transport their infected people they need to pay the $200,000 for its use. Don't expect US taxpayers to pay for everything.The State Department has quietly made plans to bring Ebola-infected doctors and medical aides to the U.S. for treatment, according to an internal department document that argued the only way to get other countries to send medical teams to West Africa is to promise that the U.S. will be the world’s medical backstop.
State Department plans to bring foreign Ebola patients to U.S. - Washington Times
Fortunately these discussions have been shelved and I hope they stay that way. The only people I want brought back here for treatment is our own citizens. If these countries keep insisting on this before they will send in medical teams its just an excuse to back out of helping.