Officials: Patients From Logan Airport Do Not Meet Criteria for Ebola, Other Diseases
Five passengers with flu-like symptoms who were taken to Boston hospitals after arriving on an international flight to Logan International Airport do not have Ebola or other infections that should raise public health concerns, city health officials said late Monday.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protections said none of these five passengers on Emirates Flight 237 has traveled to West Africa recently.
Three of the five patients were transported to Massachusetts General Hospital, the hospital confirmed. The two other passengers were taken to Boston Medical Center, according to Massachusetts State Police spokesperson. David Procopio. The passengers’ conditions are unknown at this time. necn.com/news/new-england/Hazmat-Crews-Surround-Flight-at-Boston-Logan-Airport-279041921.html