The federal government will screen passengers arriving at five U.S. airports for signs of Ebola, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Wednesday. The five airports are John F. Kennedy in New York; Newark Liberty in New Jersey; O'Hare in Chicago; Washington Dulles; and Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta. The government will take temperatures of passengers arriving from West Africa at those airports, beginning Saturday at JFK, according to the Associated Press. Screenings at the other airports will begin next week, a federal official told the AP.
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