Notification of Health Self-Management for Arriving Passengers
World Health Organization has issued an alert to announce that limited human-to-human transmission of avian influenza has occurred. In order to ensure the health and safety of you and your family, please adopt the following measures of health self-management during your first ten days of arrival:
1.Wash your hands frequently and maintain good personal hygiene. Keep your household environment clean and well-ventilated, and avoid unnecessary hospital visits.
2.If you experience any symptoms of fever (338℃), coughing or sore throat while traveling or upon returning, please fill out the "Communicable Disease Survey Form" and notify the quarantine personnel at the airport.
3.Within the first ten days of arrival, please take your body temperature every morning and evening (please use the form printed on the back of this sheet).
4.Within the first ten days of arrival, if you experience any symptoms of fever (338℃), coughing or sore throat, please start wearing a mask and see a doctor immediately, and inform your doctor of your recent travel and contact history.
5.Within the first ten days of arrival, should you have a fever and fail to inform the health authorities, and transmit novel influenza to others, you will be found in violation of Article 56, Paragraph One, Subparagraph Two of the Communicable Diseases Control Act and receive a fine of NT$3000~15,000 dollars pursuant to Article 67 of the abovementioned law.
6.If you have any question about avian influenza, you may call the CDC hotline 0800-024582 or contact your local health bureau (phone numbers can be found on the back of this sheet).
(Body Temperature and Itinerary Record)