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All 132 passengers and crew on a Turkish Airlines plane from Tehran will be quarantined for 14 days and tested for possible coronavirus infection at a hospital in Ankara, Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Tuesday.
Listened from Haberturk, 12 high fever suspects there. I thought we were closed flights(etc)with Iran to limit spread. But seems like its not over yet.
Plane landed Ankara, if there is a corona virus for real, it shouldn't spread out(hopefully it wont <3 ). That little virus spreads so fast. Possible negative effects to many lives, country economy, and bannerlord can be, even its unexpected. Italy and many other countries has the virus btw.
Another issue is what happens to animals for vaccination.
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Addition 4(Im back!):
https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/11087453/turkey-latest-coronavirus-travel-advice-update/ First case in Turkey
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