Ebola Travel Resource Page

ebolaThe whole world is concerned with Ebola—as it should be! Stay up-to-date on the latest news with this comprehensive resource page.

Here’s where you can find some of the best, most up-to-date information on Ebola: Tweets about #Ebola | @AJENews | @BBCAfrica | @BBCBreaking@cctvnewsafrica | @cnnbrk | @CDCgov | @CDCemergency | @EbolaAlert | @USATODAY | @WHOEvery Airline and Travel Resource on Twitter | Jim Roberts


Got questions about Ebola? These links will point you in the right directions:

ABC | CNN | FOX | NBC | PBS | NPR |USA Today | NY Times | Washington Post | WSJ | IHT

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Last updated: October 26, 2014; 1:44pm ET

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3 Comments on "Ebola Travel Resource Page"

  1. I feel that if flights are banned from the affected countries, the people who wish to travel, will go underground to get to their destination, and there wouldn’t be any control or testing.

    We are safer with testing.

  2. I think until things are under control, that there should be a ban on any travel into or out of Africa at this time.

  3. The only common sense thing to do would be to ban all flights to and from West Africa, i.e. quarantine Ebola. The temperature testing in airports will not help as the nurse with the low grade fever and now has Ebola would have passed that airport fever test. However, doubtless the CDC head received instructions from above (The CDC is after all a federal agency) to reassure the public that the US was not vulnerable in order to prevent widespread panic. By doing so and not giving out the truth about our risk and preparedness the CDC has lost credibility and the responsibility for the panic lays strictly at their feet and the President.

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