MERS warning signs go up at DIA

Wednesday, May 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

Joshua Hubbard
May 14, 2014

DENVER – Denver International Airport is one of 22 U.S. airports to get a notice warning travelers to beware of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome or MERS according to NBC News.

The Centers for Disease Control with the help of the Transportation Safety Administration have started posting the signs to alert travelers to the symptoms of MERS and what steps to take to prevent the spread of the illness.

TSA posted signs Wednesday morning at all of DIA’s security screening areas.

Two health care workers in Orlando had flu-like symptoms after treating a MERS patient last week: Health workers in Orlando checked for MERS virus.

The virus originated in the Arabian Peninsula in 2012. The first U.S. case was reported in Indiana in May. Indiana health officials: MERS patient improving

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