JetBlue Bans Passenger For Life For Notifying Crew Of Coronavirus Diagnosis After FlightChris Menahan
Mar. 13, 2020
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There are high costs to living in a globalized society with low social capital.
JetBlue banned a passenger who flew from New York to Florida while awaiting the results of a coronavirus test and notified the crew after landing that they came back positive, the airline said.We don't really have anything in the way of enforcement measures to stop potential super spreaders. That's likely going to be a problem.
All health guidelines were followed for the patient and passengers aboard the flight were assessed, said Capt. Albert Borroto of Palm Beach Fire and Rescue, which responded to the scene.More from People.com:
"An individual on this flight got a text that he tested positive for the coronavirus," Alonso told the flight, according to WPTV. "He has not been coughing or sneezing or anything on the plane. At this point, you're free to walk around and move around because, most likely, you're not going to have anything because there was no activity. The way you get this virus is somebody has to cough or sneeze on you."The notion you have to be coughed or sneezed on directly is not correct.
A US study purportedly found coronavirus can survive in the air for 3 hours. A lot of people probably got infected and they should all be told to self-quarantine for two weeks at least.
The average time for symptoms to show is 5 days.
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