Over a Dozen Americans Who Tested Positive For Coronavirus Flown Back to US on Flight With 300 Others, Ignoring CDC Objections

Fourteen Americans who tested positive for the Coronavirus were flown back to the US on a flight with over 300 people who were not infected, despite objections from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The flight was filled with people who were evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan, which had been quarantined due to an outbreak of the virus.
The State Department and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) officials were behind the decision to allow the fourteen people to fly back to the states — ignoring the warnings from the CDC, who said that others on the flight could become infected.
The plane had a plastic-lined enclosure to separate the infected passengers from the others, according to a report from the Washington Post.
“These individuals were moved in the most expeditious and safe manner to a specialized containment area on the evacuation aircraft to isolate them in accordance with standard protocols,” the departments said in a statement according to the Post.
“These individuals were moved in the most expeditious and safe manner to a specialized containment area on the evacuation aircraft to isolate them in accordance with standard protocols,” the statement continued.
All of the Americans who have returned to the states, those who have tested both positive and negative, will be quarantined for two weeks.
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