Have to be vaxxed for international travel, right? Took a rapid test mid-flight.
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A Michigan (Some reports say Chicago) school teacher traveling over the holidays voluntarily isolated in an airplane’s tiny bathroom for five hours after testing positive for COVID-19 mid-flight.
Marisa Fotieo was on a flight to Reykjavik, Iceland from Chicago on Dec. 20 when her throat began to hurt, TODAY reported. With rapid test kits handy, Fotieo decided to take one “and within what felt like two seconds” discovered she was positive for the virus.
Preschool teacher Marisa Fotieo was flying to Iceland when she started feeling a sore throat and gave herself a rapid test. She tells Inside Edition she self-isolated in the bathroom to keep others around her safe.
[b]Vaccinated travelers from the US need to present their vaccine card, a negative COVID test, and a pre-arrival form.
After landing, Fotieo spent a lonely Christmas quarantining in a Reykjavik hotel, and she’s still there today. She says staying in the bathroom was “the best thing for [her] anxiety.”
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