A state of anxiety is sweeping officials at Sydney Airport in Australia, after a plane from an Arab country, with one of the women infected with the emerging Crohna virus, landed.
The Australian authorities have searched for passengers on Qatar Airways' QP908 flight from Doha to Sydney.
The need to educate them to isolate themselves or go to medical centers for the need to check, especially if they showed any symptoms of a corona infection, after it was found that a fiftieth woman had contracted the virus a day after the plane landed.
Australia will communicate with passengers on Qatar Airways after the Corona case was discovered
The woman was coming from Iran and passed through Doha before arriving in Sydney on this trip, and after examining her, she was found to be infected with HIV and was booked.
This brings the death toll from people living with HIV in Australia to 29.
In this regard, the Australian authorities are seeking to communicate with passengers who were on a Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Sydney last week, who were sitting near a woman who was later confirmed to be the sixth case of the Corona virus in New South Wales.
The New South Wales Health Department said: The woman in her fifties flew from Iran to Sydney via Qatar on February 23, and her symptoms began within 24 hours of landing, but the woman did not visit the hospital until six days later.
All people on the Qatar Airways QR908 flight were urged to isolate themselves and seek immediate health assessment if they develop symptoms.