TSA says more than 3,000 travelers will be treated for Ebola in the coming days

The number of travelers who will be evaluated for Ebola is expected to grow to about 3,400 people by Tuesday morning, the TSA said Wednesday.

TSA said the number of passengers being treated for the virus is expected “to increase over the coming weeks.”

In addition, it said that “many more people will have to be treated in quarantine” for the disease if they do not show symptoms.

The agency said that in the past week, about 10 percent of those tested have had symptoms, which is an increase from last week.

The number is expected increase to about 15 percent by the end of the week.