Coronavirus Screenings at U.S. Airports
The Coronavirus is scaring a lot of people, not only in China, but here in the United States as well.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Detroit Metro Airport will now have screenings for the deadly coronavirus that is causing global alarm.
Here's the latest, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services revealed details about the government's plans to expand coronavirus screening efforts in the United States.
The list of participating airports has increased from five to 20.
Vice President Mike Pence said that these airports collectively handle about 90 percent of passengers arriving from China, where the outbreak originated.
Most recently, test results on three out of four suspected cases of coronavirus in Michigan came back negative. A sample from the fourth case was sent for testing Monday.
Here are the top 5 airports screening for the coronavirus:
Los Angeles International
San Francisco International
New York JFK
Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International
There have been more added to this list most recently, all of them in the United States.
Travelers flying from China to one of the 20 airports will be asked to fill out a short questionaire about their travel, and symptoms and contact information.