Health officials told Newark Liberty International Airport passengers to face the massacre.
The New Jersey Health Department says an international traveler confirmed that the disease reached Terminal B in Brussels. Flyer, who could be very contagious, also traveled to other parts of the Newark airport from 12:00 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Officials have reported up to January 14 to develop symptoms of hawthorn, skin, fever, and symptoms of nasal nose. In rare cases, the risk of endangering the disease and individual individuals may have the highest risk of infection.
The disease is easily spread through the air when someone coughs or sweats, and people can also get sick when contacted by infected people or a saliva, CBS News reported.
It is recommended to avoid waking people who call their doctors before going to an emergency room or visiting.
The Ocean County of New Jersey has already created around 33 people mosquitoes, but it has nothing to do with airport exposure, according to New Jersey Health Commissioner. According to Dr Shereef Elnahal.
Dr. Christina Tan urges the New Jersey American epidemiologist to update vaccines and immunizations to all neighbors.
"Not only does it protect you from being chickens, it protects others from helping you get the vaccine, or because you can not afford it for medical reasons," said Tan in a statement. "If you are organizing an international trip, the World Health Organization recommends that adults or adolescents do not know in their immune status to travel before getting a dose of alcohol vaccine."