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The Miami International Airport was evacuated Friday after a suspicious package was found in the Checkpoint J-Central security check point.
Health officials are in the process of tracking down dozens of passengers who flew to and from Fort Lauderdale this week on Frontier airlines. It’s the very same jetliner the nurse who is sick with Ebola took to Dallas a day earlier.
Officials are asking travelers to stay calm after hearing the second nurse with Ebola was on a jet liner the day before her diagnosis. While Ebola is making the headlines, it’s not the only malady that could arrive by jetliner.
In the wake of Ebola, South Florida’s major airports have been fine tuning their highly intricate emergency plans which spells out the response to an Ebola scenario.
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Miami International Airport is taking the threat of Ebola, and other infectious diseases, seriously. This week they’re handing out thousands of cards to employees informing them what to do in the event they encounter a sick passenger.
How best to handle the threat Ebola poses to South Florida has been the topic of conversation among politicians, health officials and emergency personnel over the last several days.
The U.S. government is taking preemptive measures to stop Ebola at the doorstep. The plan is to have five U.S. airports take the temperature of passengers entering from West Africa.
Pollen, mold, even the humidity can send asthma sufferers into a severe melt down. For some, it could even mean a trip to the hospital. But there’s a relatively new outpatient procedure called Bronchial Thermoplasty which offers hope for those suffering from extreme cases.