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  • Police may use 'reasonable force' to identify, locate and quarantine Etihad Airways flight number EY 424 passengers who don't surface voluntarily

    https://ph.news.yahoo.com/police-may...100129275.html
    Police may use 'reasonable force' amid MERS-CoV scare
    By Kim Arveen Patria | Yahoo Southeast Asia Newsroom – 16 minutes ago

    If passengers of the flight taken by the Filipino nurse suspected with MERS-CoV refuse to surface, police may “employ reasonable force,” a ranking official said.

    The Philippine National Police is coordinating with the Department of Health to identify and locate the other 417 passengers of Etihad Airways flight number EY 424.
    ...

    Cops have also been advised to wear protective equipment, avoid close contact with persons that may be infected and wash hands thoroughly after each operation....
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    Re: Police may use 'reasonable force' to identify, locate and quarantine Etihad Airways flight number EY 424 passengers who don't surface voluntarily

    MERS-CoV scare: Search for 174 passengers intensified



    By Tina G. Santos, Inquirer Bureaus
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    1:40 am | Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014


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    Health authorities have opened a Facebook account, bought newspaper ad space for the names of 174 out of the 415 passengers of a flight from the Middle East who had yet to submit themselves as of Monday to nose-and-throat swab test for a deadly virus and enlisted the help of the police in tracing them.

    Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/596620/...#ixzz2zkAsfpgh
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    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/596620/...rs-intensified
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