October 2nd, 2014
09:18 PM ET

Should the U.S. restrict travel from Ebola hot zones?

Every day passengers from Liberia are making their way to the United States. Over the past year more than 17,000 people made that flight.

But if a questionnaire and quick medical check-up wasn't enough to stop Thomas Eric Duncan from bringing Ebola to the U.S., does the U.S. need to temporarily restrict passengers from the Ebola hot zone?

OutFront, CNN Counterterrorism Analyst Phil Mudd, Mark Krikorian, The Executive Director For The Center For Immigration Studies And CNN National Security Analyst Juliette Kayyem.

Filed under: Ebola • Health • International • News
soundoff (One Response)
  1. Riblja Juha

    YES!!! All flights from afected countries should be banned. Not only to USA. And three countries should be quarantined until virus is stopped. If not it will spread!

    October 3, 2014 at 8:48 am | Reply

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