British Airways crew forced to isolate after one tests positive for monkeypox
The Metro says AN ENTIRE British Airways crew is having to isolate for three weeks after one of them tested positive for monkeypox in Singapore.
Two pilots and nine stewards and stewardesses have all been put in quarantine for 21 days, it is understood.
The group were tested for the rapidly spreading disease on Sunday evening, when they stopped in the south east Asian country on the way back from Australia.
A BA insider told Mail Online: ‘One of them had it, so they impounded the whole crew. Now they have got to spend 21 days in quarantine.
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