Survivors of Super Virus Will Dream of Elderly Black Woman
Hey everybody, the Plague has begun! There's even a guy locked up in the CDC's "respiratory isolation" cell in Atlanta. Oh, and he probably infected two planeloads of passengers flying back and forth to Europe, plus whoever else he came across between Paris and Prague, and then Montreal and New York. Dude's got "a rare and exceptionally dangerous form of tuberculosis."
But don't worry! It's not like this is the first time the U.S. Centers for Disease Control issued an "isolation order" for somebody with a deadly bug -- Washington ordered a quarantine for somebody just 44 years ago, when they locked up somebody with smallpox in 1963.
Oh, by the way: If you were on that May 13 Atlanta-Paris flight or the May 24 Prague-Montreal flight, the authorities would like to "talk" to you.
TB Case Brings Warning to Air Passengers [Washington Post]