Should the U.S. close its borders to countries with Ebola outbreaks? | The Tylt
Ebola—the infamous hemorrhagic fever virus first discovered in 1976—is back, with the latest outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Many fear this outbreak is a game-changer because it's reached a city of 1.2 million people, and the U.S. should close its borders to West African countries until the disease is under control. But others argue isolation and hysteria will only make matters worse, and what the U.S. needs to do is re-invest in the fight against Ebola. What do you think? 😷
Should the U.S. close its borders to countries with Ebola outbreaks?
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