Ebola-Related Travel Restrictions Remain In Place For Some Countries Even As Outbreak Fades, Washington Times Reports

Washington Times: Ebola quarantines remain after outbreak fades, leaving travelers to negotiate web of rules
“The threat of a major Ebola outbreak has faded, but the travel bans imposed at the height of the epidemic are usually still in place, leaving tourists, business travelers, and aid workers grappling with confusing and even contradictory policies that may be harming the very countries that need help the most…” (Howell, 9/9).

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