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October 18, 2014 7:14 AM France begins Ebola screenings in Paris airport

France has begun rolling out Ebola checks at Paris -Charles de Gaulle airport for passengers arriving from Guinea, one of countries worst-affected by the disease. It comes amid growing concerns in Europe over the spread of the disease. Air France flight attendants called for a halt to flights from Conakry over fears of spreading the epidemic. In Belgium 8

October 18, 2014 5:14 AM Counter set up at airport to scan passengers for Ebola virus

ISLAMABAD: A counter has been established at the Islamabad airport to scan passengers coming from African countries for the symptoms of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). Members of the Pakistani peace missions returning from the African countries on chartered flights would be checked in the aircraft. Moreover, people coming from three countries of West Africa 11 1

October 18, 2014 3:16 AM Dallas Hospital, CDC, WHO, Airlines Add To Panic, Exasperate Crisis

Tracking major screw-ups around the Ebola crisis is almost as difficult as tracking the virus itself. The deadly disease spreading throughout West Africa dominated headlines around the world again this week, and every day seems to bring a new mea culpa, as public health officials admit to botching various aspects of the response to outbreak. With hospitals 5

October 17, 2014 5:51 PM Ebola survivors 'shunned' as lepers, they tell SLeone meeting

Kenema (Sierra Leone) (AFP) - They beat Ebola but they lost loved ones, work, belongings and former lives. Survivors of the deadly disease who met up in Sierra Leone say they are struggling to reintegrate into society. Thirty-five former Ebola patients, now immune to the disease, met Thursday and Friday in Sierra Leone's eastern city of Kenema to see how they could 5

October 17, 2014 12:42 PM Ebola Nurse Called Texas Health Officials Before Flight: Uncle

Dallas nurse Amber Vinson did not directly call federal health officials for permission to board a passenger flight Monday, instead talking to a team of Texas health officials who relayed her symptoms to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, her uncle told ABC News. “They called Amber back and told her, ‘The CDC is OK with it. You can travel 22

October 17, 2014 11:32 AM Vomiting Passenger Dies on Flight from Nigeria to New York's JFK

A passenger on a flight from Nigeria headed to New York's JFK airport died in flight after vomiting in his seat Thursday, causing panic on board and on the ground and spurring a Congressman to demand changes in U.S. Ebola protocols. The unnamed 63-year-old passenger from Lagos, Nigeria began vomiting during the flight and then died before arriving at JFK but was pronounced 14

October 17, 2014 4:17 AM Does airport screening really work? How has the virus evolved?

The spread of Ebola outside West Africa has raised fears that the deadly virus has become more easily transmissible. Singapore, the United States and some European countries have recently responded to the threat by setting in place entry screening measures - including the taking of temperature and filling up of health questionnaire - at airports and rail terminals 5

October 16, 2014 10:59 PM Ebola Fears Haven't Hampered U.S. Airlines Yet

Delta Air Lines (DAL) had a reassuring message Thursday for investors: The spread of the Ebola virus to the U.S. has not dented ticket sales. Delta, the first big U.S. airline to discuss its summer, had another financially robust performance in the third quarter and is poised to see profit margins expand further as fuel costs drop. Crude oil prices have collapsed 13

October 16, 2014 4:57 PM Delta forecasts strong 4Q despite ebola scare on airlines

Delta Air Lines said on Thursday that it expected strong margins in the fourth quarter despite widespread concern that the spread of Ebola could curb travel, and its shares rose nearly 2 percent. The airline anticipates its operating margin will be 10 percent to 12 percent this quarter, up from 8.5 percent a year earlier. It also forecast a rise of as much as 2 percent 44

October 16, 2014 4:22 PM Airline sector selloff looks ‘irrational,’ analyst says

Investors should be buying airline stocks, in the face of Ebola fears Airline stocks turned broadly higher in midday trade Thursday, as analysts came to the sector’s defense, saying they believed investors who could get over their fears about the Ebola virus outbreak will likely be rewarded fairly soon. The NYSE Arca Airline index XAL, -0.72% was up 0.5% in midday 5