Mexico Trying to Stop Ebola Entering—From United States!

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The Mexican state government in Tamaulipas is conducting Ebola screenings of airplane and bus passengers as well as deported immigrants from the United States at points of entry in to the border state.

KGNS-TV in Laredo, Texas, just across the Rio Grande from Tamaulipas, reported the Ebola screenings in two recent stories as did KRGV-TV in Weslaco.

The screenings started in October after the Dallas Ebola outbreak that killed one African immigrant and sickened two American nurses.

KGNS reported Thursday the Ebola screenings are continuing.

According to Wikipedia, Nuevo Laredo in Tamaulipas is Mexico’s largest inland port and is the home the drug gang Los Zetas.

Thanks to President Obama’s open door policy with regard to Ebola, the U.S. is now being treated like a disease-spreading third world country.

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