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Student Who Tested Positive for COVID-19 Traveled Through DFW Airport

The student has been in home isolation since Saturday

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NBC 5 News

A college student from Wichita Falls who tested positive for COVID-19 traveled through Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on Thursday, the city says.

The student, who is in their 20s and goes to school out of state, landed at DFW Airport Thursday, then took a connecting flight to Wichita Falls, the city wrote in a Facebook post.

Wichita Falls - Wichita County Public Health District reports the sixth confirmed COVID-19 travel case. The patient is...

Posted by City of Wichita Falls, Texas Government on Tuesday, March 24, 2020

The student started to feel mild symptoms the day before the flight, took a coronavirus test at a Wichita Fallas drive-up facility on Saturday and has been isolated at home since then.

The Wichita County Public Health District asked anyone on American Airlines flight 3612 from Dallas-Fort Worth to Wichita Fallas on March 19 to contact them.

Wichita Fall has reported eight cases of the new coronavirus.

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