Debate Continues Over Effectiveness Of Travel Bans Amid Ebola Epidemic

News outlets report on the debate over travel bans in light of the Ebola epidemic.

Agence France-Presse: Halting Guinea flights over Ebola would be ‘nonsense’: France (10/19).
Al Jazeera: Ebola fears spur more travel bans (10/17).
Associated Press: Effectiveness of Ebola travel ban questioned (Werner, 10/18).
Associated Press: Obama: U.S. can’t cut itself off from West Africa (10/18).
New York Times: Experts Oppose Ebola Travel Ban, Saying It Would Cut Off Worst-Hit Countries (Mouawad, 10/17).
Wall Street Journal: Travel Ban Over Ebola May Bring Other Troubles (Nicas/Carey, 10/19).

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