An NBC News correspondent who has been missing from the airwaves finally returned to the air Wednesday.
The extended absence of Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC’s chief medical correspondent, ended with a report on the “Today” show about depression, The New York Times reports.
Snyderman has been missing since she returned from covering the Ebola outbreak in Liberia and then immediately broke what had been a self-imposed medical quarantine. Amid criticism, she ended up with a mandatory quarantine for 21 days but her absence from NBC lasted longer.
On “Today,” Snyderman apologized for “scaring my community and adding to the confusion.” She added that when she returned to the U.S. she was not sensitive to “how absolutely frightened Americans were.”
Dr. Nancy Snyderman