If few people travel to the U.S. from Ebola hot zones, it will reduce infection.
Enacting restrictions would make citizens feel better and reduce hysteria.
Someone could have Ebola and not know, so it?s better to just keep them out.
If we just keep people out, the U.S. won?t focus on curing the real problem.
Restricting travel would keep aid workers from getting to where they ned to be.
Because of varied flight plans, people could come in from West Africa anyway.
If people hide movements because of a ban, we won't know of potential problems.
Making things harder for aid workers means more people will be infected.
If there are more infected people, it?s more likely that Ebola will spread.