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Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Nigerians raise alarm over the lack of passenger screening for Ebola at airports

Nigerians raise alarm over the lack of passenger screening for Ebola at airports

There is an outbreak of the Ebola virus in countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo and dozens have  died. As a result, Nigerians are expecting more as regards the screening of passengers coming into the country, but have been left disappointed.

Some Nigerians who recently came into the country took to social media to lament the lack of screening of passengers coming into Nigeria in spite of the Ebola crisis plaguing several neighbouring African countries. Social media users recalled the last incident that occurred where a man carrying the virus came into Nigeria and infected several others, leading to the death of some medical personnel, including Dr Stella Ameyo Adadevoh.

Nigerians raise alarm over the lack of passenger screening for Ebola at airports
Nigerians raise alarm over the lack of passenger screening for Ebola at airports
Reacting to the concerns raised, Dr Joe Abah said that passengers are being done but it isn't physical.
He tweeted: "You don't get physically scanned anymore. Your body gives off  heat that is seen on a thrmal imager on a laptop. If you are sick, as you walk past, you'll be pulled over.

Nigerians raise alarm over the lack of passenger screening for Ebola at airports

Read more social media reactions below.


Nigerians raise alarm over the lack of passenger screening for Ebola at airports
Nigerians raise alarm over the lack of passenger screening for Ebola at airports

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