Has Ebola affected your travels?

Last updated 10:16 11/08/2014
HEALTH WARNING: person in a protective suit works at an Ebola isolation ward at a mission hospital outside of Monrovia, Liberia.

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The World Health Organisation has declared the spread of the Ebola virus an international health emergency, and on Friday reported a death toll had reached 961.

Screening measures have been introduced in New Zealand airports in a bid to stop the deadly Ebola virus reaching here.

Has the virus and measures to prevent it impacted on your travel? Have you been through the screening measures at a New Zealand airport?

Perhaps you know someone in the affected regions and can share some insights into what it's like on the ground.

Tell us your experiences, or share your views on this issue by clicking the contribute button below.

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