Airports in the U.S. will step up monitoring of travelers into the country in an effort to curb the spread of the Ebola virus, according to media reports Wednesday. Agents at airports will start taking the temperature of passengers arriving from West African countries, where the Ebola crisis has been centered, according to a CNN report that cited an unnamed source. The Homeland Security Department has ordered agents at airports and other ports of entry to observe everyone coming into the U.S. for potential signs of the disease, the Associated Press reported.
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