The spread of coronavirus has people worried, and extra precautions are being taken everywhere. However, this has resulted in difficulties for at least one family. Their Air Transat complaint is in regards to how they were removed from a flight because of their coughing child.\nClementine Ferraton wrote in a Facebook post that she and her family were boarding a plane to fly from Quebec to Paris, France on Sunday, February 23.\nHer child, Lila, had been sick with a cold, but after seeing a doctor and being given antibiotics in case her sickness got worse, the family headed to the airport.\nOnce they were on the plane, the trouble began. The flight attendant asked Clementine if her daughter had been cleared by a doctor to travel.\nShe was also told that people were complaining about the child's coughing.\n"I tell him we saw one this morning but no it's not enough," Ferraton wrote in the post, originally written in French, "We find a doc among the passengers. He examined her."\nFerraton said the doctor determined Lila was alright to fly and even told the flight crew the same thing.\nHowever, the crew made the decision to consult Medical Link, who said it would be unsafe for Lila to fly.\nClementine and her family were asked to leave the plane.\n**EDIT**\n\n• Comme vous avez pu vous en rendre compte, les journalistes ont été beaucoup plus réactifs à notre situation...Posted by Clementine Ferraton on Monday, February 24, 2020\n"I hear it's kindness for our child (I think that's what pissed me off as if I was putting my child at risk honestly!" Ferraton wrote.\nQuebec family kicked off Air Transat flight because toddler was coughing https://t.co/bakqXObm1O pic.twitter.com/dIIAX9jH6z— CTV Montreal (@CTVMontreal) February 26, 2020\nAccording to her post, she and her family were escorted away by a customs agent and were not given the chance to speak with anyone from Air Transat customer service.\nSince the incident, Air Transat has refunded the cost of the family's tickets.\nAs for Lila, Clementine offered a heartfelt reassurance at the end of her Facebook post, writing "This morning Lila is still doing very well, she still doesn't have the coronavirus ;)."