In this photo taken on Monday, Aug. 4, 2014, health workers speak to people on the streets to educate them about the deadly Ebola virus in the city of Freetown, Sierra Leone. (AP Photo/ Youssouf Bah)
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As the Ebola outbreak in West Africa grows, airlines around the globe are closely monitoring the situation but have yet to make any drastic changes.A: Airlines quickly take passengers from one part of the globe to another. One sick passenger on a plane could theoretically infect hundreds of people who are connecting to flights to dozens of other countries. Health and airline officials note, however, that Ebola only spreads through direct contact. Q: Which airlines fly to Africa?Delta is letting passengers with flights to the region in the next two weeks push back travel until the end of the month.The only airline, so far, to cancel any flights is the Middle East airline Emirates.
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