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United Airlines is alerting passengers who were on two trips with U.S.-bound Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan last month.

(Bloomberg) — United Continental Holdings Inc. is alerting passengers who were on two trips with a U.S.-bound Ebola patient last month and offered blood tests to flight attendants on those planes.

The notifications are intended to keep customers fully informed even though the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sees “zero risk” of transmission, said Christen David, a spokeswoman. The infected traveler wasn’t contagious at the time, Chicago-based United has said.

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