2 Passengers At MSP Airport Told To Self-Quarantine After COVID-19 Contact While In Europe

According to Fox 9, state health officials have told two passengers who arrived at MSP airport on Tuesday afternoon that they need to self-quarantine for two weeks after coming into contact with a person who has been confirmed to have the new coronavirus.

A medical professional from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Quarantine Station evaluated the two passengers after they landed at the airport. It was determined that they did not have any symptoms of COVID-19. 

The Minnesota Department of Health has instructed the two passengers that they are to self-quarantine for two weeks. 

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