In St. Pete, Florida, one of the biggest cities in the world, the city’s airport has been shut down after the city discovered a virus on one of its planes.
A total of eight flights were grounded in St. Peter from early Wednesday morning until about 8 p.m. local time.
The airport said the virus has been traced to one of two planes at the airport that were recently diverted to nearby Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The flight was supposed to take off Wednesday evening.
The affected aircraft were the A330-200 and A330, according to a statement from the airport.
The airlines did not say how many people were on the flights, but they did say they have been instructed to monitor the health of all passengers and crew.
The St. Augustine airport is located on the edge of Tampa Bay, which is in Florida’s far north.
The Tampa Bay Times reported that a group of residents and tourists are worried about the spread of the virus and are worried that people who have been at the beach in recent days could become infected.
The area is also known for its tropical vegetation and beaches, and people who live there can be susceptible to the virus.
A state health official told the newspaper that the virus is very rare and that most people can be vaccinated.
The state has received nearly 50,000 vaccine doses, and more than 60% of the people who tested positive have tested negative, the newspaper reported.
Florida officials have been monitoring the virus closely, and have ordered health care workers to quarantine residents who are close to the airport, the St Petersburg Times reported.
The airline said it has been closely monitoring the health and safety of all flight crew and passengers.
The company said it is offering free flights to the affected area.
It said passengers should monitor the virus for signs of illness and contact the airline if they become ill.
The city said it had been contacted by several people who were concerned about getting sick from exposure to the contaminated materials on the planes.
The mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota, said people should leave the city center, where the airport is, and head to other areas of the state, including St. Cloud, where flights to and from Tampa Bay are scheduled.
The virus was first discovered at an Atlanta-based flight school, and was isolated in the plane, which was taking passengers to a conference.
The outbreak has not spread outside the metro area, which has had a large number of flights from St. Louis to St. Joseph, Missouri, since the beginning of the year.
St. James, Missouri is about 45 miles (70 kilometers) south of St, Petersburg.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.