All eyes are on Ron Klain, the U.S.’s public point-person on Ebola, as he takes the reins on the Ebola crisis on Wednesday. While Klain will not be testifying before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee at the end of the week, he will undoubtable have a full plate starting the job just as new travel restrictions are put into place.
In response to lawmakers’ calls for additional steps to ensure no one carries Ebola into the U.S., the Obama administration announced that beginning Wednesday travelers from countries affected by the Ebola epidemic will be required to arrive at one of five major U.S. airports in order to undergo a health screening.
ABC’s Mary Bruce joined us from Washington to discuss.
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