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Severe acute respiratory syndrome : questions and answers : travel and quarantine
  • Published Date:
    May 21, 2004
  • Language:
    English
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
  • Description:
    What are the different types of travel notices that CDC issues about disease occurrences in the world? -- Are any travel notices related to SARS currently in effect? -- What if I must travel to a country where SARS cases have been reported? What precautions can I take? -- What should I do if I have recently traveled to a country where cases of SARS have been reported? -- What is the risk to persons who may have shared a plane or boat trip with a possible SARS patient? -- Who notifies quarantine officials about potential SARS cases on an airplane or ship? -- If I am on an airplane or ship with someone suspected of having SARS, will I be allowed to continue to my destination? -- What does a quarantine official do if a passenger is identified as having possible SARS? -- What does a quarantine official do if a passenger with possible SARS refuses to be isolated? -- CDC has recommended guidelines for medical aircraft that transport SARS patients. Should commercial airlines also follow these guidelines?

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