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The British government has been keen to stress that the nation is fully prepared to cope should the Ebola virus enter the country. But the UK’s failure to recognise the risks of airborne transmission of diseases prevents authorities from harnessing a range of measures that could dramatically reduce the spread of these deadly infections.