Jerusalem boosts efforts to find visitors from Ebola-affected areas

October 7, 2014 01:00

Amid increased global concern about the Ebola virus, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convened an interministerial meeting on the issue in his Jerusalem office on Monday.

It was decided to increase efforts to locate people entering Israel from three African counties hit hard by the disease: Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.The Foreign Ministry and the Health Ministry have warned about the health risks involved in traveling to those countries and advised them to avoid travel there.

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