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maschere chirurgiche monouso, Fox News Flash top headlines for Feb. 3 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A cruise ship was turned away by authorities in the Caribbean island of St. Lucia this weekend over coronavirus concerns. CORONAVIRUS PROMPTS FAMILY TO CANCEL VACATION, THEY SAY NORWEGIAN WON'T REFUND THEM THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS On Saturday, the AIDA Cruises ship AIDAperla was not allowed to dock at the port of Castries, the nation’s capital, “due to some guests with upper respiratory tract infections on board,” a spokesperson for AIDA cruises told Fox News.

maschere chirurgiche monouso - Of the 4,384 guests and crew on board, 20 are currently receiving treatment for common flu or cold, a statement shared with Fox News read. (iStock) CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP AIDA claims the ship was not granted clearance by officials on the island out of an “abundance of caution,” but noted that “at no time were any cases of coronavirus suspected” by St. Lucia health officials. Of the 4,384 guests and crew on board, 20 are currently receiving treatment for the common flu or cold, said the statement to Fox News.

maschere chirurgiche monouso, CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER The AIDAperla made a visit to port Fort-de-France in Martinique Sunday without issue. As of Monday, the cruise was scheduled to continue on the two-week Caribbean route as planned.

maschere chirurgiche monouso - The CDC has confirmed the 7th case of the disease in the US, insight from Dr. Marc Siegel. As Chinese officials grapple to contain an outbreak of novel coronavirus that’s sickened more than 17,000 people and killed some 361 others, another disease is causing concern: bird flu. TRUMP SAYS US WORKING CLOSELY WITH CHINA ON CORONAVIRUS The country has reported an outbreak of H5N1 bird flu in Hunan province, which borders Hubei province, where the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak is located, the South China Morning Post reported.

maschere chirurgiche monouso - The outbreak was first reported on a farm that’s home to nearly 8,000 chickens. So far, some 4,500 chickens at the farm have died from bird flu. Others have been culled to prevent the disease from spreading, China’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said in a statement, according to the South China Morning Post. The outbreak of bird flu was reported at a farm near the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in China. (iStock) Bird flu is a viral infection that can affect birds and humans alike. Symptoms typically include cough, diarrhea, fever, headache, runny nose, sore throat, muscle aches and more.  However, no human cases of H5N1 have been reported at this time.