The first casualty of a possible U.S. ban on travel to and from Ebola-stricken West African nations could be Washington’s ties with the region and, to a lesser degree, travel and resources businesses exposed to it.
said on Friday that such a ban advocated by many lawmakers was an option but was not being considered now. Lawmakers and medical experts are debating how much good or harm a ban could do and what was the best way to prevent Ebola’s spread at home.
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