The whole world is concerned with Ebola—as it should be! Stay up-to-date on the latest news with this comprehensive resource page.
WHO TO FOLLOW ON TWITTER
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 | @WHO | Every Airline and Travel Resource on Twitter | Jim Roberts
TOP EBOLA STORIES
- Mashable: Chris Christie Stands by Mandatory Ebola Quarantine Despite Criticism
- ABC: Travelers From West Africa Must Enter US Through Only 5 Airports to Help Stop #Ebola Spread
- WSJ Asia: Ebola’s deadly reach: where confirmed cases of current #Ebola outbreak have been treated
- Travel Weekly: Jamaica and others ban travel from #Ebola countries
- USA Today: Hospital worker who handled Ebola specimen on cruise
- CBC: Air Canada flight attendants to wear gloves against Ebola
- BBC: France to begin screening passengers arriving at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport from Guinea’s capital on Saturday
- RT: Emergency in Madrid airport over patient with Ebola symptoms on flight from Paris
- Mashable: Plane that carried nurse with Ebola has been disinfected twice, will be put back in service in 30 minutes, Cleveland official says.
- CBSNews: CDC asking all 132 passengers of Frontier Airlines flight 1143 Cleveland to DFW on Oct. 13 to contact 1-800-CDC-INFO
- Peter Greenberg: 5 U.S. Airports to Begin Ebola Screening
- The Verge: Stepped-up ebola screenings begin at JFK International Airport
- NY Times: U.S. to Begin Ebola Screenings at 5 Airports
- CBC: Ebola Screening to Be Stepped Up at U.S. Airports, Canadian Border
- DailyMail: American Airlines makes emergency landing to offload vomiting female passenger in Texas amid fears she has Ebola… despite not having been in Africa
- NY Times: How Many Ebola Patients Are Being Treated Outside of West Africa?
GOOD TO KNOW
Got questions about Ebola? These links will point you in the right directions:
- Globe and Mail: How Nigeria and Senegal stopped 3Ebola ‘dead in its tracks’
- FOX News: Shepard Smith Blasts Media For “Hysterical,” “Irresponsible” Ebola Coverage
- Business Insider: Here’s Your Ebola Survival Guide For Airplanes, From The CDC
- WHO says 427 healthcare workers have been infected, 236 have died.
- ABC: Inside an Ebola transport jet
- The Economist: Why airport screening won’t stop Ebola
- CDC: Facts About Ebola in the US – PDF Infographic
- CDC: Signs & Symptoms
- CNN: Can you catch Ebola on a plane?
- CNN: Can Ebola survive on a surface? That and other questions answered
- ISOS: Advice for Business Travelers
- LA Times: Here’s what you need to know about Ebola and air travel
- BBC: Why Ebola is so dangerous
- Mashable: How Different Countries Are Screening for Ebola
- FAA: FAA issues statement and answers questions on Ebola
- USA Today: Ebola and air travel: What to expect
- Ebola Joke on a Flight Brings in the Hazmat Suits
- Medical evacuation services draw line at flying out Ebola patients
- Johnny Jet: 5 Ways to Minimize Your Risk of Catching Ebola on the Road
Last updated: October 26, 2014; 1:44pm ET
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