Yes, Ebola has arrived in the U.S. A Liberian national who flew from his home to Dallas to see relatives was hospitalized on Sept. 28 in serious condition with the disease. But don’t worry – unless your seatmate is fresh out of Liberia, bleeding from his eyes, and pukes on you, it’s unlikely you’re going to contract Ebola on a plane. (It’s only spread through direct contact with someone who is already symptomatic.) But that doesn’t mean there aren’t 1,001 other things to catch in transit. So take the hemorrhagic fever hysteria down a notch, and use these 10 ways to keep yourself – and those around you – healthy when flying.
To learn more about this, read the article on Yahoo! Travel.
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