A protester stands outside the White House in Washington, D.C., on Friday holding a placard urging President Obama to ban travel to Ebola-affected areas in West Africa. The debate on travel bans has unleashed a flurry of impassioned arguments on both sides. ( EPA/Oliver Douliery photo)
The Ebola outbreak is buffeting travel in the United States and beyond.
A man is being monitored for the disease aboard a Carnival cruise; more airline passengers have been warned after flying on a Frontier Airlines plane on which a now Ebola-afflicted nurse flew; some major airports in the U.S. and Europe are screening passengers; and travel bans to the afflicted areas in West Africa could increase.
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