Should I be worried?

So I do a fair amount of air travel for my profession. In the next four weeks, I will be traveling to Anaheim, CA; Philadelphia, PA; San Antonio, TX; Cleveland, OH; and Orlando, FL. I can’t help but think that I have less of a chance of catching the Ebola virus if I stayed home versus traveling back and forth across the country. How contained is this domestically? Experts are being vague when it comes to answering the question “what are my chances of getting Ebola while traveling?” Most of what I’m seeing are comments like “very low”, or “unlikely”. I guess that is supposed to make me feel better. But believe you me, if I wind up sitting beside someone with flu-like symptoms, my spider-sense will be alarming in freak-out mode.

Is CDC doing enough?

http://foxnewsinsider.com/2014/10/02/cdc-lying-doctor-wears-hazmat-suit-airport-protest-governments-handling-ebola

http://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/air/managing-sick-travelers/ebola-guidance-airlines.html