Cambodian air authority tightens measures against A/H1N1 flu at airports
Cambodia's Secretariat of State of Civil Aviation (SSCA) has taken more actions against A/H1N1 flu in prevention the spreading of the flu through the airports, the press release of the SSCA obtained Saturday said, according to Xinhua.
All concession companies at airports have set the respond plans in prevention of the flu and we need the cooperation each other if the flu cases occur, Mao Havannal, secretary of state of SSCA said in a press release.
Terminate all hospitalities with national and international travelers at the stairs of planes, and all travelers have to pass through the monitoring system of the health ministry, he added.
Terminate all study trips at the international airports during the flu epidemic, he said, adding that all staff at the airports need to wear facial masks.
"All liquid waste materials from planes, the concession companies at the airports need to pack them and destroyed them properly and regularly," he stressed.
"We hope that all diplomatic corps, NGOs, governmental officials and all involving institutions will join with us in the cooperation in all these cases with this convenient information to combat against the flu," he said.
According to report from health ministry, so far Cambodia has seven confirmed cases of A/H1N1 flu.