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02/08/2020 / By Ethan Huff
Two new flights have brought back to the United States about 350 American citizens who were living in Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak. And according to reports, they’re all now being quarantined for two weeks for observation.
The one flight landed at Travis Air Force Base in Northern California, while the other landed at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station in Southern California. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) directed them there, as well as multiple other flights to locations elsewhere around the country.
“As previously announced, these individuals will be subject to a CDC managed 14-day quarantine,” the CDC announced in a statement, adding that the Department of Defense (DOD) “will work closely with our interagency partners and continue to provide support to the situation as requested.”
Footage of the two planes landing in California was captured by KCRA Channel 3 News.
“Individuals currently in lodging are being contacted and accommodated to secure alternate arrangements,” reads a statement issued by Travis Air Force Base, located in Fairfield. Those being quarantined there will be held away from on-base residential housing, it’s important to note.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the statement adds, “will be responsible for all care, transportation, and security of the evacuees during the quarantine period.”
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Similar measures implemented in communist China, though on a much larger scale, appear to not be working as hoped, with on-the-ground sources reporting that many more people are sick and dying than the official numbers suggest.
The communist Chinese regime has also been caught silencing people for telling the truth, including a local Wuhan doctor who was handed a misdemeanor charge simply for warning his friends and colleagues about coronavirus back in December.
This doctor ended up contracting coronavirus himself, and since that time the communist Chinese government has reversed course and now wants everyone to report in about recent travel to the most effective areas, or else face a potential death sentence.
Here in the U.S., a child who was being quarantined at March Air Reserve Base near Corona, California, from the first evacuation flight out of Wuhan was recently rushed to the hospital after coming down with a fever.
According to the Riverside County health agency, the child, who was accompanied by parents also in quarantine, was taken to Riverside University Health System – Medical Center via ambulance for testing and observation. Official results are still pending.
Once the results are in, they will then be sent to the CDC which will presumably make a public announcement one way or another about whether the child in question does, in fact, have novel coronavirus.
At the time of this writing, there are now 11 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. Six of these are located in California, and all of these involve people, or the spouses of these people, who recently traveled to Wuhan.
“Yet we keep accepting flights from China carrying USCs and LPRs but no quarantine restriction,” noted one commenter at The Epoch Times about how people are still coming into America from China via commercial flights while not being tested or quarantined.
“CDC is basically asking [five] questions and taking a temp. On passengers that might not show signs for [two] weeks. Makes zero sense.”
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