The U.S Department of State has warned that U.S. citizens traveling abroad should be prepared for screening and quarantine procedures that may be put in place at some foreign airports as a way to reduce the spread of the H1N1 flu. A specific alert was issued at the end of September about quarantine measures in China, which recently strengthened the policy it implemented last summer allowing for the quarantine of arriving passengers who exhibit fever or flulike symptoms. "Although ...

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