Warning signs going up at 22 US airports

14 May, 2014

At the request of the Centers for Disease Control, the Transportation Security Administration puts up warning signs at selected airports, including O’Hare in Chicago, through which the first US MERS patient traveled in late April.  The signs note, that while the risk is low, travelers who get sick within 14 days of visiting the Arabian Peninsula should seek medical care.  Customs staff have also been reminded to be on the alert for sick travelers.

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