Travelers express heightened concern with foreign illnesses amid Ebola outbreak.
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00:01 And the CDC issued a travel advisory for Liberia Sierra
00:06 Leone and Guinea. On Thursday warning Americans of travel to and
00:10 from that region. Even when there is no pandemic airliners are
00:16 notoriously crowded with potentially infectious -- -- and it creates a
00:23 (%expletive) brown flew into Atlanta with her two children from Jamaica.
00:27 When she walked through Atlanta's airport she may have seen the
00:30 departures scheduled for Lagos Nigeria. An airport that has struggled to
00:35 contain its exposure to Ebola. An Atlanta the international terminal flashed
00:40 -- CDC health advisory for. Measles and the quarantined room run
00:45 by the CDC and kept behind the US Customs Service counter
00:48 apparently did very little business. Even though she didn't fly from
00:52 Africa brown says the outbreak was still top of mind as
00:55 she traveled -- Without -- you know are these different diseases
01:00 and roll out its China based on you know. Keep hands
01:04 sanitized there -- especially to young lions -- I had independently.
01:10 A little bit more you know prices -- Everything. Brown says
01:15 she was concerned about a ball while traveling today but she
01:18 says she was probably more concerned about all the other more
01:21 commonplace. Diseases that no one could catch while traveling.