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AUTHORITIES are performing tests relating to a possible case of ebola in Queensland.
It is understood tests are being used to isolate the issue, with further details are expected to emerge this afternoon at a press conference to be held by Chief Health Officer Jeanette Young.
More to come.
A HEALTH scare has thrown Sydney Airport into chaos with a sick passenger who was vomiting blood causing a flight to be grounded and quarantine officials called to the scene.
The Sydney to Darwin flight JQ 672 was turned around overnight when the man in his 50s fell seriously ill while on board a Jetstar flight.
Fears his condition is highly contagious were evident as he was treated by paramedics wearing protective hazmat suits.
Hospital sources have also confirmed the man was not suffering from a contagious disease, Today has reported
She arrived back in Australia at the weekend after working in an ebola hospital in the West African country.
The woman has been in "home isolation" since Tuesday when she returned to her home in Cairns, Queensland.