Reuters has a story about a man infected with what is called extensive drug resistant tuberculosis. Sounds nasty. And yes, it's catching. Enough for the CDC to quarantine the man, who exposed others to the disease while traveling on commercial airliners to and from Europe. It is the first such quarantine since 1963. The CDC is looking for the passengers who my have been seated near the man on the plane.
Why not look for them all? They should all be quarantined after being in an enclosed environment with the man, rebreathing every one of his exhalations (not to mention the exhalations, belches, farts, and sneezes of everyone else)
Thanks to Drudge for the story.