Transcript for Ebola: Taking No Chances
the breaking news on ebola tonight. Word that nurse amber Vinson, the second Dallas nurse, tonight doctors announcing that after just ten days, they can no longer detect any ebola in her body. She was the nurse who flew from Cleveland to Dallas. Meantime tonight, passengers coming to America from the hot zone facing extraordinary new measures. ABC's gio Benitez with what they'll be forced to do. Reporter: It's another scare at one of the nation's busiest airports. A traveler rushed to the hospital after landing at Newark international flight. A traveler rushed to the hospital after landing at Newark international with a fever. Today, initial tests confirming he does not have ebola. And tonight, the CDC telling ABC news it will now monitor all passengers from the three ebola-effected countries in west Africa. Travelers will be given this ebola care kit with a thermometer, forms for record ING temperatures and a detailed symptom card. And they will be required to check in daily for 21 days. Passengers traveling from those countries, 150 a day on average, now only allowed to fly into five usair ports. Jfk, Newark, dulles, Atlanta and o'hare. Those airports conducting thorough checks like this to make sure passengers don't have symptoms when they get off that plane. And here at Newark, travelers will be monitored starting Monday. And if they don't check in with the CDC every day, we're told authorities will take immediate steps to go find them.
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