How to stop the Ebola virus at the border

When people arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border, they typically have little or no information about where they’re coming from, but the border is a dangerous place.

The government of Mexico and the U .

S. share a porous border, with a high number of border crossers who have the virus.

A recent study in the journal Lancet showed that many migrants from the two countries also had Ebola symptoms.

Now, with the new Trump administration taking control of immigration policy, there are fears that the virus could spread faster and further than previously thought.

Here’s what you need to know about Ebola.

Border officials say it’s time to start using the border as a testing ground.

A lot of the people coming through the U-S.

border have been screened, but what if they’re not, and they come back with a disease that they’ve never had before?

There’s been a lot of talk in the last couple of months that people from Ebola-affected countries like Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea-Bissau could have Ebola symptoms, and we should be looking at that,” said Mark Krikorian, a University of Maryland professor of infectious diseases.

Krikorians study on Ebola is part of a new Ebola strategy being developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is part funded by the National Institutes of Health.

The CDC and other government agencies are already doing a lot to monitor people who enter the U.-S.

from West Africa and West Asia, but a new CDC strategy is hoping to take things a step further.

The goal is to take the people who arrive at airports, and if they have Ebola, and test them in the U and then let them return to their home countries, Krikorem said.

So they’re being tested at a very high level, he said.

The U.N. agency that coordinates travel between the U..

S. and West Africa is looking into ways to use the border, and it’s considering whether to require the testing at the port of entry, Kriestorian said.

The agency has not announced how it would handle people coming back from Guinea, for example.

The border has been the focus of debate since the death of Liberian Liberian John Smeeding, who died in a Texas hospital after being in contact with a Liberian man who had been infected with Ebola.

But the issue has come up in recent weeks as President Donald Trump has sought to crack down on the flow of migrants and refugees into the U., and his administration has been more reluctant to admit people who have Ebola than before.

The new Trump policy calls for people to be screened for Ebola by using an automated test that has not been tested on Americans before.

It would be a big step, but it’s not something we’ve been looking at for a long time,” Krikorum said.

Krikorian said he doesn’t think that will stop people from coming through.

There’s a high risk that they will get sick, and that’s why the screening is important, he added.

The Trump administration has called for more rigorous screening, and the president said during a press conference on Tuesday that the U S. will use the screening to screen people from Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.

But experts say there are risks with using the U s screening system.

Some experts have criticized the way the administration has handled the issue.

In a March article in the Journal of Public Health Policy, researchers at the University of Chicago said the government of Liberia should be given a mandate to test its citizens on the border.

The group argued that the country has been slow to respond to the virus and that people may not be screened at all if they are coming from countries with very high transmission rates, which have been the main focus of the Ebola outbreak.

The group argued for a more stringent approach.

The researchers pointed out that if a border test detects the virus in the border region, the government has a responsibility to take immediate action to control the disease and spread it.

In a statement Tuesday, the White House said the new policy is a step in the right direction, but that it’s still unclear how it will be implemented.

“We have made no determination as to how this new policy will be administered,” the statement said.

“Our administration will provide more information about the administration’s plan to implement the new testing procedures at the appropriate time.”