"The problem is, the original assumption was that with great certitude, if not certainty, was that you need to have direct contact, meaning with bodily fluids with someone, because it's not airborne. There are now doctors who are saying, we're not so sure that it can't be in some instances transmitted by airborne. [...] "In fact, there are doctors who are saying that in a sneeze or some cough, some of the airborne particles can be infectious?"
It is true that the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy's website published a commentary by two University of Illinois professors suggesting that health-care workers treating Ebola patients should wear respirators. The commentary was misinterpreted by various right-wing media, forcing the Center to post an update explaining that the commentary had been totally misconstrued ("CIDRAP has not made claims that 'Ebola is Airbone' or that 'Ebola [is] Transmittable by Air.'"). Its authors likewise tell Politifact that Will has misinterpreted their work and they do not endorse his conclusion. So even the renegade Freedom Doctors cited by Will turn out not to agree with him. Instead, they agree with "the Oxford Journal of Infectious Diseases and summarize issued by the Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, and the New England Journal of Medicine."