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Ebola possible ill spotted at Roissy airport

Since Saturday, passengers returning from Guinea are systematically checked at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport. A Belgian who was on a humanitarian mission to Guinea was reported as "if possible."

Since Saturday, Roissy has implemented automatic checks of passengers returning from Guinea. According to L'Express, a possible case of Ebola was detected. A Belgian doctor of 42 years had indeed a temperature of 38.5 C on arrival in Paris.

She was gone at the beginning of October as part of a humanitarian mission in Guinea. The woman was aboard the first flight affected by this type of automatic control, which is to take the temperature of passengers to their atterrisage. His plane landed at 5:30 this Saturday morning.

Passengers not detected in previous days?
Still according to L'Express, the Belgian doctor was to be conducted at the Bichat Hospital in Paris in the morning so that further testing can be conducted. These tests could take two days. For now, the hospital did not wish to comment on the subject.

This woman detected on Saturday morning was not detected in Conakry ... The question therefore arises whether, given the fact that it was reported on the first controlled flight, other passengers possibly carrying the virus could get in France ... For now at least, all tests performed on patients in France were negative.