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In a statement, Emirates confirmed that "about 10 passengers" on the Dubai to NY flight had become ill, adding that the appearance of health authorities at the scene was "a precaution".

In this frame from video, a person walks off an Emirates plane at JFK International Airport to a waiting bus in NY, as emergency response crews gather outside the plane amid reports of ill passengers aboard a flight from Dubai.

New York City's acting Health Commissioner Dr Oxiris Barbot said laboratory tests on samples of patients were yet to confirm the illness but symptoms such as fever, cough and vomiting indicate influenza, reported Reuters.

Health officials evaluated the passengers as they deplaned, including taking their temperatures and making arrangements for those that needed care, the CDC said.

Passengers traveling on two separate American Airlines planes were quarantined in Philadelphia on Thursday afternoon after becoming sick with flu-like symptoms, airport officials said.

The emergency services are seen after the passengers were taken ill on a flight from NY to Dubai. The plane wasn't quarantined, according to the report.

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Multiple passengers fell ill on separate global flights coming into Philadelphia worldwide Airport on Thursday, CBS Philly reports.

Phillips, the press secretary for DeBlasio, also tweeted that nine other individuals were sick, but "refused medical attention".

The flight to NY originated in Dubai and followed a stop in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, where many have been sickened by a recent flu outbreak. But the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the estimated number was about 100.

One of the first steps you can take in preventing an airborne illness can sometimes come down to selecting the right seat. The plane had stopped in Mecca, where there's a flu outbreak, Fox News reported.

She said all other passengers would be allowed to leave the plane shortly.

The CDC official said none of these passengers are "severely" ill.


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