|A2 monitoring H1N1 flu situation|
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|Written by Jeff Johnston|
|Tuesday, 08 December 2009 18:28|
Asian Access is carefully monitoring the recent outbreak of A/H1N1 influenza and is paying particular attention to how it might affect our Asia personnel. Thus far, there have been no reported cases that would directly impact our staff. They are reminded to take necessary hygiene precautions.
We also want to reassure our short-term workers heading to Japan this summer that there are no impending fears that Japan will see an outbreak. Right now, we believe that Japan is safer than the U.S.; therefore traveling to Japan is not a safety issue for any of our j-Teams or EnVision participants. That said, Japan may continue to ratchet up its travel screening for people arriving from North America. Travelers should expect delays. Asian Access recommends that no short-term participant should travel if they are sick.
For up-to-date and complete information, please reference this International SOS web page.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 10 December 2009 23:22|