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  • Obama fans Ebola travel ban fever

    CBS News - 10/17/2014

    A computer model created by Northeastern University physicist Alexi Vespignani attempts to calculate the risks of global travel in the age of Ebola and suggests a travel ban would be of marginal help since air travel is so common and symptoms of the virus can take two to 21 days to develop. The survey was and its various computer models and predictions were dissected in Forbes.

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