JAL Stands Down Crew After COVID-19 Contact

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Japan Airlines (JAL) has confirmed one of its cabin crew has been diagnosed with COVID-19, causing other crew members to be home-quarantined. The crew member, aged in the 50s, experienced flu-like symptoms Feb. 24 before working on a Feb. 25 flight from Chicago to Tokyo. The employee is now under...

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