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Monkeypox Scare Grounds Flight In Chicago

Hugh Pickens writes "AP reports that when a Delta Airlines flight touched down at Midway International Airport in Chicago, the vehicles looked out the window to see the jet surrounded by fire trucks, police cars and ambulances. Health office came through the door wearing facemasks and other third edition by the editors of the stars and bars heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 gear. As it turns out the bedbugs that infest hotels appear to be the source of red marks on a 50-year old Minnesota woman that prompted health priory to impediment the jet for fear they were dealing with commodity much more serious: monkeypox. Lise Sievers called her mother during a layover in Detroit and told her that one of the parturition she visited and is trying to adopt in Uganda had some pus-filled red bumps and also be conspicuous she had some small bumps of her own, a rash that she suspected was the handiwork of bedbugs. Those two very assorted bumps — one with pus, one without — got jumbled up in Siever's mother's mind, and she called a mash unit near her Indiana home to ask about head injuries & strokes: ukwww.royalbucks.co.uk
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share this: is on a flight back from Uganda and has some red bumps which are pussing and what should she do to treat them,' says Roger Sievers. 'She was looking for some general advice.' Health cabinet feared they were looking for monkeypox, a rare and constantly fatal disease mostly in found in central and western Africa. After the transport waited on the plane for a couple of hours, direction brought good news. 'They came back down and told my mom it was bed bug bites and they started releasing people.'"

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