White House Protester



White House Protester


National Case of "Fearbola." The national poll also suggested that 2/3 of the American public supported travel restrictions on people entering the U.S. from the Ebola-stricken countries. CDC, along with other federal agencies, rejected travel bans, saying such a move would make it more difficult to slow the outbreak at its source, hampering the movement of supplies and aid workers, and ultimately putting the world more at risk. Here a protestor wearing a hazmat suit with "CDC" hand drawn on the back stands in front of The White House on October 17, 2014, demanding that flights from West Africa to the U.S. be banned.


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“White House Protester,” CDC Museum Digital Exhibits, accessed July 22, 2024, http://www.cdcmuseum.org/items/show/325.