Does U.S. Take the Ebola Scare Seriously? Watch this Video of U.S Airways Flight 845 and Find Out
Here we are only a few days into the Ebola scare since President Obama said airport security in handling Ebola would be tightened up, and watch what happens when a fool on this airplane decides to tell everyone that he has Ebola, is from Africa, and, so, they’re “all screwed.”
YouTube Video of Ebola scare on U.S. Airways Flight 845:
Passengers were detained on the plane for two hours as a precaution, though the crew was reasonably sure the man claiming to have Ebola was a harmless lunatic, and the up-front flight attendant had no problem calling him an “idiot” before the entire crew and passengers.
U.S. Airways released the following explanation for the ebola scare on flight 845:
US Airways flight 845 from Philadelphia to Punta Cana was met yesterday by local officials buy ambien online fast delivery upon landing due to a possible health issue on board. We are following the direction of, and strictly adhering to, all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines in place for airlines in response to the Ebola virus. The flight was checked by officials and cleared. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused but the safety of our customers and employees is our first priority.
Yes, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control takes the Ebola scare very seriously.
Five American airports — Chicago’s O’Hare, New York’s JFK, Washington’s Dulles, Newark Liberty in New Jersey, and Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta — will begin Ebola screening for all passengers coming out of Ebola regions of West Africa.
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