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Enhanced Ebola screening begins at New York's JFK airport
Enhanced Ebola screening begins at New York's JFK airport

Passengers arriving from the three countries hit hardest by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa began undergoing enhanced screening Saturday before being allowed through immigration at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport, the first of five ports of entry to begin the additional scrutiny in the wake of the country’s first death from Ebola. Two of the first people to undergo the new measures, which include checking passengers for fevers, were the teenage sons of Marie Nellon, who waited impatiently for her children to appear in the arrivals hall after their Brussels Airlines flight from Monrovia, Liberia. “It’s like a bomb you can’t see coming,” Nellon said...

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