CDC could quarantine U.S. citizens for weeks if they refuse Ebola screenings

A Moroccan health worker uses a thermometer to screen a passenger at the arrivals hall of the Mohammed V airport in Casablanca, Thursday, Oct 9, 2014. Air Maroc, along with Air France and Brussels Airlines, are still flying to Ebola-hit West Africa, with the backing of the World Health Organization. The WHO has urged the 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. Airlines have to balance that against safety concerns which have led British Airways and Emirates to suspend service. (AP Photo/Abdeljalil Bounhar)Americans who refuse to cooperate with newly announced screenings for Ebola at five major airports could find themselves in quarantine for up to three weeks, officials warn.

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