Port Authority Bus Terminal has re-opened for regular service after a portionwas briefly shutdown Thursday when a passenger said he "may have ebola."
The sick man, arriving into a lower-level terminal that servicesgates 60 to 85, yelled he might have the highly contagious and deadlydisease as he arrived from Detriot, according to NBC4.
Port Authority Bus Terminal announced the closure around 5 p.m.
Due to police activity the lower level North Wing (gates 60-85) of the PABT is temporally closed until further notice all other service oper— PortAuthBusTerminal (@PABusTerminal) March 2, 2017
He was transported to Bellvue, but authorities said there is not indication he is infected with ebola.
The gates were closed "out of an abudance of caution for cleaning," a spokesman for Port Authority Bus Terminal told NBC4.
The terminal was re-opened by 6:15 p.m.
UPDATE: Greyhound service to Mt. Laurel, NJ is now operating as normal on the lower level PABT.— PortAuthBusTerminal (@PABusTerminal) March 2, 2017