Authorities say guests to the focal African nation would experience medicinal examination and must in this manner take after wellbeing principles amid the competition
The Local Organizing Committee of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea from January 17 to February 8 has affirmed that few steps will be taken to battle the risk of the Ebola infection before and amid the competition.
As indicated by Caf, around 100,000 observers are relied upon to go to watch the competition, and this has expanded reasons for alarm of a conceivable episode.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that 6,856 individuals have kicked the bucket from the malady in more than 18,000 cases essentially in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Nonetheless, the legislature of the focal African nation has relieved concerns, saying that they would not have acknowledged to have the competition on the off chance that they didn't have the intends to control Ebola.
The security steps affirmed by the Organizing Committee include:
- All travelers touching base at Malabo universal air terminal from abroad are having their temperature checked
- Travelers are consistently captured and having their fingerprints taken
- They must fill in medicinal history structures and show yellow fever testaments
- Fans at stadiums are generally spread with hand sanitizer at the turnstiles
- 30 Cuban specialists, who are authorities in the study of disease transmission, have been drafted in
Unique hosts Morocco hauled out because of reasons for alarm of the Ebola emergency and Caf had at first considered Qatar's proposal when it seemed no other African nation was ready to respond to the call, before Equatorial Guinea in the long run ventures in.