CDC Ebola Travel Alert Nigeria: Level 2

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August 31st, 2014 - The Center for Disease Control (CDC) posted a Level 2 Travel Alert for International Travel to Nigeria. The alert advises travelers to take precaution and pay attention to your health during and after travel.

There is a small number of Ebola cases reported in Lagos, and Port Harcourt and travelers should exercise caution while traveling there by avoiding contact with blood and bodily fluids of those who have been infected. 

Read the full warning for Nigeria here:

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Holly Valenty
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