He is one of six presumptive positive cases in South Carolina, but he was not displaying symptoms when he flew into Charlotte, according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
The SC resident with a presumptive positive case of coronavirus returned from Italy on a flight that landed at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, officials confirmed Monday. According to WCNC, it was not immediately known which day he flew through the airport.
“Presumptive positive” means that samples from the individual tested positive for COVID-19, however, the results are required to be confirmed by the CDC and it takes 24-48 hours for them to confirm samples after they have been received.
The man is not hospitalized but is isolated at home in Spartanburg. For more info, click here.