New virus pneumonia Strengthening quarantine system from Wuhan at U.S. airport January 18 at 10:57
In the wake of pneumonia suspected to be due to a new type of coronavirus that has been identified in Wuhan in China, the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been arriving at U.S. airports where direct flights and connecting flights from Wuhan arrive. It has announced that it will strengthen the quarantine system for everyone.
Regarding pneumonia, which is thought to be caused by a new type of coronavirus in Wuhan, Hubei Province, inland China, a total of three cases have been reported from Wuhan, Thailand and Japan.
In response, the US CDC will strengthen quarantine operations at three airports, New York's John F. Kennedy Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and California's San Francisco International Airport, where direct flights and connecting flights from Wuhan arrive. Announced.
According to this, for the target flight, the officer will move all passengers to a separate room from the general public to check for symptoms such as fever and cough. And if any passengers are found to be infected, health authorities and medical institutions will examine them in detail.
The CDC estimates that the number of tourists from China will increase and the number of eligible tourists will rise to more than 5,000 since the beginning of this month, which is the beginning of the Chinese New Year holiday season, and that the quarantine system will strengthen the quarantine system. He wants to be thorough and prevent the spread of infection.