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coronavirus en allemagne, The unidentified Chinese woman allegedly became so enraged by the delay that she began flailing her arms and deliberately coughed on a flight attendant. CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE According to video taken of the alleged incident, the woman can be seen in a headlock while a male crew member calls to another to help him “put her down,” the New York Post reported. Three crew members come to his aid and they are able to restrain the woman. A spokesperson for Thai Airways did not respond to a request for comment but said in a statement to the New York Post that the woman was “upset about being held for a long time.”

coronavirus en allemagne - CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP ”We could not open the doors of the plane until instructed to and health officials came to proceed with checks. Therefore, Thai Airways had to wait for seven hours before officials arrived at the inspection queue,” Prathana Pattanasiri, head of Thailand’s Aviation Safety Department, said. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS “The Chinese passenger was upset about being held for a long time and coughed at one of our staff. After she calmed down, we explained the situation to her and she agreed to sit and wait for screening.”

coronavirus en allemagne, 'Dr. Oz Show' host Dr. Mehmet Oz joins Harris Faulkner to discuss the coronavirus outbreak on 'Outnumbered Overtime.' Companies that engage in price fixing for public health products necessary to prevent the spread of coronavirus could face criminal prosecution, the Department of Justice warned on Tuesday. The warnings are part of an increased effort by the U.S. government to ensure that products such as face masks, respirators and sterile gloves are available to federal, state and local health authorities, private healthcare workers and the general public who continue to grapple with the growing spread of the virus.

coronavirus en allemagne - GRASSLEY ON CONGRESSIONAL RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS: 'EVERYTHING IS ON THE TABLE' “The Department of Justice stands ready to make sure that bad actors do not take advantage of emergency response efforts, health care providers, or the American people during this crucial time,” Attorney General William Barr said in a statement.  “I am committed to ensuring that the department’s resources are available to combat any wrongdoing and protect the public.”

coronavirus en allemagne - As of Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed 22 deaths in the U.S. from the virus and at least 565 other cases around the country. The DOJ began investigating alleged price gouging and false advertising of health products aimed at battling coronavirus earlier this week after the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission alerted seven companies on Monday about their sales of questionable products. CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP The Department has also created a Procurement Collusion Strike Force to oversee the sale of health products to federal, state and local agencies.