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Health workers screen arrivals at Mohammed V airport in Casablanca, Morocco. The World Health Organization has urged airlines to keep flying, saying the risk to public health from air travel itself is low and that flights bring needed aid workers and supplies. (AP Photo)

(Bloomberg) — The head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention rejected lawmakers’ calls to ban travelers from three West African nations gripped by an Ebola outbreak, arguing it could increase risks to Americans.

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