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    Lightbulb Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Is this the falseflag? Or is this an attempt to spread something?

    Emirates air who flies from Dubai, UAE has just landed at JFK (NY Queens) with over 100 people and the pilots/staff sick with 100 degree fevers, "flu like symptoms".

    Crew taken by ambulance somewhere for evaluation.

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    from https://people.com/home/emirates-pla...-reported-ill/

    Emirates Plane Quarantined in New York After 100 Passengers On Board Reported Ill


    An Emirates flight that landed at New York’s JFK airport Wednesday morning has been quarantined after about 100 passengers on board reported feeling ill.

    The flight, an Airbus A380 arriving from Dubai, has 500 passengers on board on two levels, CBS reports.

    The cause of the reported illness is not yet known, but the plane has been diverted to a holding area, where it was met by emergency response vehicles including officials from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

    One passenger, Larry Coben, shared a photo on Twitter showing a line of responders’ vehicles lined up on the tarmac outside the plane.
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    Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was called to John F. Kennedy airport after Emirates Flight 203 landed about 9:20 a.m., New York City mayor's press secretary Eric Phillips tweeted.

    @emirates @EmiratesSupport Flight 203 Dubai to NYC #emirates #emirates203 pic.twitter.com/CYqLXPurEe


    Quote Officials have not confirmed the number of people reported feeling ill. Phillips said FDNY ambulances were on the tarmac to transport the sick passengers.

    Airline representatives did not immediate respond to an email requesting information.

    It’s unclear what caused the incident. Phillips said the flight from Dubai stopped in Mecca, where there's a flu outbreak.

    "Early indications point to that as a POSSIBILITY. More to come," Phillips said.

    A New York Police Department counter-terrorism division tweeted that it was monitoring what appeared to be a "medical situation.
    --note--

    Subsequent to the Mayor's Press secretary's statement on Mecca (above), it was noted that the flight was direct Dubai to JFK. That possibly some passengers were at Mecca, Saudi Arabia and had contracted some form of virus that presents with flu-like symptoms..
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    -- this is maybe an aside, maybe not.. from the NY times, 4 June 2018, less than a couple months ago, the NY Times reported that the NIPAH virus from India, has a potential to be spread from INDIA to DUBAI, UAE, by a sick migrant worker..
    The Nipah virus naturally resides in fruit bats across South and Southeast Asia, and can spread to humans through contact with the animals’ bodily fluids. There is no vaccine and no cure.

    The virus is listed by the W.H.O. as a high priority for research. Current treatment measures are insufficient, according to Dr. Stuart Nichol, the head of the viral special pathogens branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    “There’s a market failure for protecting people from this,” said Dr. Steve Luby, an epidemiologist at Stanford University. “It’s not like treating baldness or breast cancer, where wealthy people will pay for your product. There’s no big customer here, no incentive, until it escalates.”

    If the virus were to spread outside India, it would likely appear first in Dubai, where many Indians work, according to an analysis of flight patterns conducted by the EcoHealth Alliance, a nonprofit research group.

    Among United States airports, an infected traveler would likely arrive first at John F. Kennedy Airport.
    The NY Times goes on to say in the article, that the prognosis for survival is virtually zero if one has this infection. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/04/h...-epidemic.html

    Quote There is no vaccine and no cure for the disease.

    The Nipah virus naturally resides in fruit bats across South and Southeast Asia, and can spread to humans through contact with the animals’ bodily fluids. There is no vaccine and no cure.

    The virus is listed by the W.H.O. as a high priority for research. Current treatment measures are insufficient, according to Dr. Stuart Nichol, the head of the viral special pathogens branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    “There’s a market failure for protecting people from this,” said Dr. Steve Luby, an epidemiologist at Stanford University. “It’s not like treating baldness or breast cancer, where wealthy people will pay for your product. There’s no big customer here, no incentive, until it escalates.”
    IT IS UNKNOWN what the passengers and crew have, it must be pointed out. It is an interesting coincidence(?) that the NY Times mentions Dubai, and a plane landing at JFK with a sick passenger, with presenting viral symptoms. Is it a coincidence that Q says beware the time is now for an incident to happen?

    Symptoms:
    The Nipah infection produces flu-like symptoms, including fevers, body aches and vomiting, which often progress to acute respiratory syndrome and encephalitis, or brain inflammation. Some survivors show persistent neurological effects, including personality changes.

    The virus was first identified during an outbreak in 1998 among pig farmers in Malaysia, where it killed over 100 people and led to the slaughtering of more than one million pigs. Cases now appear almost annually in Bangladesh.

    The current outbreak likely began when people drew water from a bat-infested well, according to the India’s National Centre for Disease Control, which is leading the investigation.
    Of course it is again another coincidence, correct?, nothing more, that the passengers on the stricken plane are exhibiting similar symptoms. Flu or bacterial infections can present with 'flu-like' symptoms.
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Airline officials have now said, NO WORRIES, it is only 10 people who have taken ILL and the rest shortly are to be free to go..

    The spokeswoman from Dubai's Emirates Airline has said 10 passengers fell ill on the flight from Dubai to New York.

    New York media outlets had earlier put the number at about 100 passengers.
    “Emirates can confirm that about 10 passengers on board flight EK203 from Dubai to New York were taken ill,” the spokeswoman said. “On arrival at JFK, as a precaution, they were immediately checked by local health authorities and those needing medical attention will be attended to.”

    She said all other passengers would be allowed to leave the plane shortly.

    Officials from the Port Authority Police Department and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were on scene, according to news station WNBC, but did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The mayor’s office also did not respond to requests for comment.
    Taking a look closely at the tarmac, the emergency vehicles, first responder's transports appears to be greater than 10 vehicles.

    Someone obviously requested that many emergency transport vehicles. Who?
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Well I really hope those that they let go are really clear of any ills, shouldn't they wait a while?

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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    My daughter came back sick from a flight from Geneva with flu like symptoms that went on for 3 weeks. She is now fine. A cousin of mine and some other passengers got very sick last February on a flight from Montreal to Mexico. Many had to be hospitalise upon arrival in Mexico.

    Something is wrong in airplanes, I suspect the spray they use for insects in airplanes - or geoengineered clouds the plane passes through.
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Stranger and stranger still..

    CDC (centers for disease control, US, Atlanta Georgia) reported 100 passengers affected, total 521 people on the plane

    UAE PR person for Emirates says only 10 people (apparently SICK when getting on the plane, why weren't they prohibited from travel from UAE?)

    Reports say 10 people transported to Jamaica Health medical center. And by around noon East Coast time, 432 passengers had been cleared and allowed to go to the customs area.

    521 minus 432 "cleared people" equals 89 people NOT clear (that's pretty close to 100 isn't it?) if we add in the 10 confirmed sick that's now 99 people "sick"... If we subtract the 10 from the 89 mysteriously unmentioned unaccountable folks on the plane there remains a number of 79 people.

    79 people with what infection?

    Why the doublespeak by UAE and more accurate reporting numbers from the official US infection monitoring agency, the CDC?

    Something stinks? Covered-up or downplayed? A Q-Anon prediction come true?

    more: https://www.npr.org/2018/09/05/64482...ht-to-new-york

    Where are those unaccounted for 79 people?

    Other reports now are saying the flight was a direct Dubai to JFK 13-14 hour flight that did NOT stop.
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Hmmm. And in other news, today also:

    Cholera fear sees 136 passengers held on board flight in France

    Extract:
    Quote Fears of a highly infectious disease on a flight from Algeria saw authorities in Perpignan, France prevent passengers from disembarking the aircraft after a child displayed symptoms of cholera.

    Wednesday’s ASL Airlines flight was surrounded by emergency medical experts within minutes of landing in France after a call was put out to ground staff about a passenger suffering from cholera. Flight F-GZTA had just completed its journey from Oran
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Is Emirates Air Dubai having smooth sailing?

    Apparently not -

    August 4th

    An off-duty Emirati Pilot threatened to blow up an Airbus A380 he was flying as a passenger and assaulted a flight attendant.

    According to several sources in the UAE, the Pilot was traveling from Madrid to Dubai. https://airwaysmag.com/airlines/off-...ow-up-an-a380/

    Quote After takeoff, the 27-year-old Pilot began cursing at other passengers, insulted and assaulted a Romanian Flight Attendant, and grabbed two beers without the permission of the attending crew members.

    The off-duty Pilot continued misbehaving and, following an unsuccessful attempt to calm him down, the flight attendants were forced to restrain him with plastic handcuffs.

    Following the restraint, the Pilot turned more aggressive and began threatening to blow up the plane with explosives that he supposedly had on him.

    He also threatened the Romanian Flight Attendant to “chase her and kill her.”
    “Emirates can confirm that on June 1, 2018, an incident occurred during flight EK144 from Madrid to Dubai, whereby an unruly passenger was restrained by cabin crew.”

    “The passenger (an off-duty Emirates Pilot) was met by authorities in Dubai on arrival. The safety of our passengers and crew is of critical importance and will not be compromised. The matter is now before the courts, and Emirates cannot comment further on the incident,” the statement concluded.

    According to witnesses, the Pilot banged his head numerous times against the IFE screen on his seat, damaging it together with the window.
    The airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group, which is wholly owned by the government of Dubai's Investment Corporation of Dubai.

    Recall recently UK Dentist Ellie Holman jailed in Dubai - "nightmare" when she was given a complimentary glass of wine from the Airlines while flying into Dubai. Seems Emirates Air isn't having the best of luck lately with human rights, medical issues, and what appears to be manipulation of a UK passenger to facilitate her incarceration..
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Perhaps the response at JFK wasn't expected. The infected passengers could have passed right through the airport and out into the general population, had they not become so symtomatic so quickly ?


    If someone had to jump into the process and get most of them cleared to go, that would cause a lot of different accounts from different sources for a while.


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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    hi @Bob

    your initial report even managed to make it to German mainstream radio news today but just disappeared as fast as it was quickly reported- so what's really going on?

    Larry

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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Quote Posted by Cardillac (here)
    hi @Bob

    your initial report even managed to make it to German mainstream radio news today but just disappeared as fast as it was quickly reported- so what's really going on?

    Larry
    Hi Larry - what is interesting to note, is what seems to be a media disappearance act of what is going on. Should CDC be trusted when they say 100 people infected, or UAE PR people saying only 10 affected. I'd bank on CDC's numbers..

    I haven't been following Q-Anon enough either, but what struck me is the timing.. I've never been fond of UAE in general, having come back from Abu-Dhabi some years ago, with a case of MERS-nCOV (which is reportedly officially resurfacing in Dubai, UAE as recently as Jan/Feb this year) - such is flu-like, but one ends up dying from pneumonia instead of brain encephalitis...

    I just don't like what appears to be a cover-up, all the misleading data appearing back and forth.. Anyone in the emergency rescue services for Port Authority might be willing to fess up to what really is going on. Emirates Air letting 10 sick people on board if that is the case is most disturbing.. In light of the DR Congo current Ebola-Zaire viral strain taking it's toll there in the NE part of that Country.. Just taking a temperature having a person fill out a CARD and sending them on their way, internationally or within the US without an adequate quarantine for at least 24 hours makes no sense to me.

    ==updating==

    So now Jamaica medical center reports 19 were taken there and 10 confirmed ill with 9 who refused treatment, although ill apparently were free to go out into the community..

    https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/loca...492492391.html

    [..] the numbers of people on the plane now are "changing" once again, bumped up to 549 people on board instead of the CDC's report of 521. Well if that IS the case then there are more un-accounted people who could be ill, or somewhere.

    updated again...

    some reports now say CDC MEANT 100 people complaining of symptoms but not ILL enough to require IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.. affected showing symptoms but people not wanting to be inconvenienced or observed for quarantine.. insisting that they leave to go about their business.. after all flying from DXB to JFK, the fastest flight time is 14 hours and 25 minutes. People get impatient don't they and why bother to look out for the safety of the rest of us? Makes one wonder sometimes... (sigh)

    and once again..

    Reuters reports the total on board to be 521.. confirms 19 sick, 9 refused treatment, and that the White House was monitoring the situation, spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said, and President Donald Trump was being updated as new information became available.

    and Emirates Air spins it again this way:

    — Emirates Airline (@emirates) September 5, 2018
    A government source briefed on situation said there was no evidence of a security or terror issue. Emirates‘ home office told U.S. officials it believes this incident was caused by food poisoning, but passengers also suggested a nasty flu virus could also be to blame.

    “Even well before the flight when we were on line getting on board (in Dubai), there were people that were obviously very sick that should not have been allowed to get on board in the first place,” said passenger Erin Sykes.
    Passengers reported that there were many more "sick" than what is being "officially reported"..

    https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2018/09...ck-passengers/

    CDC reports that it is trying to figure it all out..

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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Can the CDC say one must quarantine? Well, yes and no.. If there is something not on the OFFICIAL LIST (even if it is deadly like the NIPAH virus newly emerging infectious agent), the CDC has its hand tied. They must let people GO into the environment, even if presenting with something that could be potentially deadly and something that could evoke a pandemic... (sigh).

    CDC’s authority to order isolation or quarantine is limited to people who the CDC reasonably believes to be infected with a quarantinable communicable disease as defined by Executive Order of the President. That would be Mr. Trump in this case...

    The final rule does not change the list of quarantinable communicable diseases; the list may only be changed by Executive Order of the President. The current list of these diseases is available here.

    This list currently includes cholera, diphtheria, infectious tuberculosis, plague, smallpox, yellow fever, viral hemorrhagic fevers (Lassa, Marburg, Ebola, Crimean-Congo, South American, and others not yet isolated or named), severe acute respiratory syndromes (e.g., SARS, MERS), and influenza caused by novel or reemergent influenza viruses that are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic.

    If an individual does not have, or is not suspected of having, one of these illnesses, CDC cannot hold the individual for quarantine or isolation.

    US rules and regulations, binding CDC from quarantine - https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/qa-fi...-diseases.html

    Having personally been in the medical field for numerous years, this lack of adequate follow-up bothers me. Lack of adequate protection for the public bothers me. I don't like it one bit.
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    Ten days from now will tell them tale ... On September 15th I suggest watching for chatter about mases of people getting mysteriously I'll or an increase/influx of people to emergency rooms...
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    The numbers keep changing - this is what AP reported a couple hours ago:

    Quote NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the emergency response around a plane carrying sick passengers (all times local):

    6:41 p.m.

    The 10 passengers and crewmembers who were hospitalized in New York City after arriving sick on a flight from Dubai appear to have the flu.

    New York City health officials say they obtained respiratory samples from the patients and their symptoms look like influenza. They say they won’t know for sure until they get final results. All of the patients were listed in stable condition.

    The Emirates flight was quarantined after landing a Kennedy Airport Wednesday morning.

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says about 100 of the 520 people aboard the plane had complained of illness, including cough and fever.
    Some now have been saying it is just "hysteria" that others on the plane were complaining about feeling sick.. (hmmm)

    Some news reports are saying 19 people were definitely ill, and now it is said 11, not 10 were transported to a hospital, with the original 9 abstaining refusing care saying they will not allow themselves to be transported, thankyou very much (paraphrased). 11 transported plus 9 saying 'no thanks', isn't that 20 people? instead of 19? definitely affected with something?

    Flu-like symptoms with vomiting.. hmm there are many different strains of 'the flu'. Which one if it is that? Is Mecca the original source or something else.. ?
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    Default Re: Emirates Airplane with 100 reporting illness lands at JFK

    And....another one:

    12 passengers sickened on two flights arriving at Philadelphia airport

    Extract:
    Quote Ill passengers and crew from two American Airlines flights arriving at Philadelphia International Airport were held for medical review on Thursday after 12 people became ill with flu-like symptoms, an airport spokeswoman said, according to Reuters. On Wednesday, at least 19 people aboard an Emirates flight from Dubai to New York were confirmed ill when the aircraft landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
    and:

    Passengers fall ill on two flights from Europe to Philadelphia

    So we have

    1) Emirates Dubai to New York
    2) American Airlines from Munich and Paris, Europe to Philadelphia
    3) (not sure which airline), from Algeria to France.
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