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    United Airlines passenger dies after displaying Covid-19 symptoms

    A passenger on a United jet with nearly 200 others onboard was pronounced dead shortly after the pilot made an emergency landing.

    The passenger had filled out a required checklist before flying on Monday, Dec 14, saying he had not tested positive for the novel coronavirus and did not have symptoms.

    United says now that “it is apparent the passenger wrongly acknowledged this requirement.”

    According to reports, the man was on the plane shaking and sweating, as the jet was making its way from Orlando to Los Angeles. The situation became so dire the pilot made an emergency landing in New Orleans.

    Medics performed CPR on the man, to no avail. He died at a local hospital.

    Though the passenger declared he was not diagnosed with COVID and had no COVID-related symptoms, some social media users who said they were also on the flight reported that the man’s wife said he had symptoms of the virus, including loss of taste and smell.

    United Airlines passenger dies after displaying Covid-19 symptoms*

    United said that despite people overhearing that information, no medical professionals confirmed that the man had the coronavirus at the time.

    United Airlines said Friday, Dec 18, that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had requested the passenger manifest of an Orlando-to-Los-Angeles flight that diverted to New Orleans because of a medical emergency on Monday, Dec 14.

    United referred questions about the man’s coronavirus status to the CDC.

    “CDC is in the process of collecting information and proceeding according to our standard operating procedures to determine if further public health action is appropriate,” spokeswoman Caitlin Shockey said in an email. “To protect the privacy of the individual, we are not providing this information to the public.”

    The CDC is now scrambling to contact the 179 passengers who were onboard.

    By Jide N.

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