Paris airport to begin screening passengers for Ebola

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Charles de Gaulle airport will begin on Saturday monitoring temperatures of passengers arriving from Guinea to detect carriers of the disease.

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French health officials on Thursday said screening measures for Ebola among passengers arriving from Guinea, one of the main West African countries affected by the deadly disease, would start Saturday at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, reports FRANCE 24.