CDC confirms Zombie virus, it is called LQP-79.
Mild symptoms of LQP-79 include high fever, vomiting, coughing, chest pains, increased blood pressure, and increased heart rate. Later and more severe symptoms include psychotic behavior and extreme aggression.
Once you have been infected with LQP-79 virus you must be isolated from society until a cure can be found or you must be destroyed to stop the spread of this deadly mental disorder. The LQP-79 virus can be spread by anyone within speaking distance and word of the disease taking over the minds of young victims in their early teens has occurred in North America.
Not all victims of the LQP-79 virus are susceptible to cannibal attacks or have a taste for flesh.
Details on this very topic:
The Jun 4th, 2012 LQP-79 Public Announcement indicated that the three previous attacks associated with the virus were somehow connected to the Miami International Airport. The Florida Department of Health has not released an announcement that would indicate that a potential health hazard associated with the departure from Miami International Airport would exist.
As a precaution, the CDD is releasing Interim Guidance for Management of Lyssavirus Quas Paramyxoviridae aboard commercial aircraft.
LQP-79 Miami Air Travel Guide and Safety Tips
Commercial air travel is often characterized by the movement of large numbers of people in closed and semi-closed settings. As with other close contact environments, these settings can put in you within close proximity of an infected individual facilitate the transmission of the LQP-79 virus from person to person during an attack.