The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Department of Homeland Security on Monday will remove Liberia from the list of Ebola-affected nations subject to enhanced visa and port-of-entry screening, the CDC said today. The World Health Organization declared Liberia free of Ebola transmission on Sept. 3, more than 42 days after the release of the last Ebola survivor from a Liberian Ebola treatment unit. According to CDC, travelers departing Liberia will remain subject to outbound screening measures. In addition, the United States will continue to support Liberia’s Ebola prevention and detection measures, including at its primary international airport.