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As Of Today All Those Arriving By Plane Or Cruise Will Receive A Form
April 27th 2009, Aruba.
ORANJESTAD-Aruba will take precautionary measures against swine flu effective as of today. All persons arriving in Aruba by plane or by boat/cruise ship will have to fill out a form that will question their current health condition.
Those who appear sick up on arrival will be questioned separately by authorities.
Trevor van Gellecum, Director of the Aruban Department of Health has announced the measures today. It is also possible to place a person under quarantine if he or she is suspected of being infected by swine flu. A special room is now setup for quarantine cases. Hotels are asked to report guests who have flu like symptoms to health specialists.
Aruba has ordered a large number of anti viral medicine from The Netherlands and the U.S. which will arrive shortly. The island is taking these steps early on because Aruba is small and dependent on foreign countries. If we do not act now and the virus becomes a global epidemic, we will be last in line to get help says Gellecum. The medicine Tamiflu seems to be effective against swine flu.
The government has also ordered other materials such as masks.
At present there are no reported swine flu cases in the Caribbean region. Swine flu now nicknamed the Mexican Fever first started in Mexico where it is now blamed for 106 deaths. There are reported swine flu cases in the U.S., Canada, Israel, Great Britain, New Zealand, and Spain. Persons infected in those countries have recently visited Mexico or had direct/indirect contact with an infected person who has recently been in that country.