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Woman Posts TikTok Of 5-Hour Self-Isolation In Airplane Bathroom After COVID Test Mid-Flight

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A Michigan teacher suddenly began feeling sick in the middle of a flight from Chicago to Reykjavík, Iceland last week, and so she took the precaution of taking a rapid COVID test on the plane.

To her shock, she tested positive. So, the woman — a teacher named Marisa Fotieo — decided to do the most prudent thing at the time while her Icelandair plane was flying nearly 40,000 feet above the Atlantic Ocean: she quarantined in the plane’s tiny bathroom compartment! Related: The Taylor Swift Birthday Party Was Apparently A COVID Super-Spreader Event… According to Fotieo, who relayed the story on Wednesday in an interview with TODAY, she abruptly began to feel ill in the midst of her flight to Iceland on that country’s national airline.

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