Two people on last flights out of Wuhan develop possible coronavirus symptoms

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The last two flights that the US State Department chartered to evacuate Americans from the coronavirus outbreak's epicenter in Wuhan, China, have landed in Texas and California after one passenger on each showed symptoms of coronavirus, forcing the planes to be held temporarily.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) sources told Fox that there were 'two persons of interest' had started to show signs of the virus, such as cough, trouble breathing or fever.

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The first plane has now landed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego after being paused in Vancouver, Canada.

A second plane slated has landed Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas - with its final destination at Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska - after being held at Travis Air Force Base in California.

Plane - Passengers - State - Department - Wuhan

Each plane is thought to be carrying about 300 passengers, and the last the State Department spoke to Wuhan evacuations, these were the last evacuees the US had any intention of going back to rescue.

Once they reach their final d destinations at the San Diego, San Antonio and Omaha air bases (passengers from the first plane will be dropped off in both Texas and Nebraska), the evacuees will join hundreds of other Americans repatriated from Wuhan and will be placed under a 14-day federally mandated quarantine.

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So far, 12 cases have been confirmed on US soil, though some are improving. The first US patient as well as a pair of infected Chicago patients were released from the hospital this week after treatment.

Another possible case is under investigation in Pennsylvania, where a Lafayette College student who has visited China developed symptoms.

California - Child - Quarantine - March - Air

In California, a second child was taken from quarantine at March Air Reserve to the hospital this week with a fever, though they had no other...
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