Andrea Mandell, USA TODAY Published 10:10 p.m. ET March 16, 2020 CLOSE Travel restrictions from COVID-19 outbreak caused major delays at the Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago-O’Hare International Airports. USA TODAYA flight was grounded Monday at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport over coronavirus concerns.The Seattle-bound flight was held from taking off after a passenger received word they may have been previously exposed to coronavirus.The passenger alerted a flight attendant, who consulted Stat MD, a dedicated on-call organization for airlines consulted by crew when medical concerns arise in the airport or on the aircraft.  “Customers on Delta flight 2503 returned to the JFK terminal Monday after a customer shared they may have been previously exposed to coronavirus, and our aviation medical consultants recommended the customer be evaluated,” said Delta in a statement sent by spokesperson Kate Modolo. “We continue to follow all guidelines from the CDC and local health officials and the aircraft is in the process of being cleaned. The safety and health of our customers and crew remain our top priority.”The flight is scheduled to continue Monday evening after the aircraft is cleaned.Last week, JetBlue banned a passenger who knowingly boarded a flight from JFK to Palm Beach after testing positive for coronavirus. Palm Beach County Fire-Rescue and officials of


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