JetBlue says a passenger who took a flight from New York’s JFK Airport to Palm Beach, Florida, this week even though he knew he might be infected with the coronavirus will no longer be allowed to fly on the airline. The passenger received a message during the flight Wednesday night confirming he’d tested positive for the virus.  JetBlue — one of many airlines that are currently waiving change and cancellation fees for customers who wish to change their travel arrangements due to the coronavirus outbreak — said it has banned the passenger from future JetBlue flights.”We determined the customer boarded our flight knowing he was awaiting results for a coronavirus test without disclosing it to anyone at JetBlue,” the airline said in a statement to CBS News. The “event put our crewmembers, customers, and federal and local officials in an unsettling situation that could have easily been avoided, and as such, this customer will not be permitted to fly on JetBlue in the future.”  According to another passenger, who claimed in a video posted online that he had spoken to the infected man’s wife during the flight, the man knew he was likely positive even before they took off. The fellow passenger

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