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All travelers to Ebola-affected countries to undergo 21-day monitoring.
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Homeland Security announces restrictions for passengers entering the U.S. from Ebola-ravaged countries.
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George Mason of Wilshire Baptist Church says Duncan's fiancee doesn't blame the hospital for his death.
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