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El Salvador Institutes Traveler Health Checks

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Salvadorian authorities have imposed health checks for travelers entering the airport of Comalapa International as a measure to prevent an outbreak of cholera. A nationwide alert was issued by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), which warns the possibility of an outbreak to occur in El Salvador, along with other Caribbean nations, does exist.

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Implements El Salvador travelers health control
The Salvadoran authorities announced today they have imposed health checks for travelers entering the airport of Comalapa International to prevent an outbreak of cholera as suffering Cuba, Dominican Republic and other countries.

The Health Minister Maria Isabel Rodriguez, confirmed a nationwide alert, issued by the Organization Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), which warned the organization that presides over the possibility of an outbreak in El Salvador for the cases in Caribbean nations.

“We must be alert to epidemic processes that exist in other countries in the region,” said Rodriguez. He said the health checks, unspecified, are applied to prevent cholera from spreading in El Salvador. In According to information, the Ministry of Health of Cuba reported 158 cases of cholera, recognizing its appearance in July.

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