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Screening Swine flu is not possible at all airports

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Union Civil Aviation Minister P. Ashok Gajapati Raju has said it will be basically hard to set up screening camps for swine influenza patients over all the air terminals despite the fact that the risk postured by the infection is a matter of genuine concern.

The administration could adequately weigh Ebola infection in the past as dominant part of cases were accounted for just from African nations. Anyway the circumstances in appreciation of swine influenza was inside and out distinctive and it was hard to man all the section and passageway focuses, said the Union Minister here on Thursday.


Addressing media persons, he said the wellbeing administrations wings ought to rigging up and start measures for adequately controlling the spread of infection. Procurement of pharmaceuticals and quality treatment ought to be offered at each corner, he said.

Taking part in a project to rename the Budameru circle as Alluri Sitarama Raju circle, Mr. Raju said it was crucial to recall the life and tributes made by flexibility contenders.


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