Ebola screening for all AFCON 2015 players
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Malabo - All groups touching base in Tropical Guinea for the African Countries Glass must go through the capital Malabo and have tests for the Ebola infection, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) said on Wednesday.
The individuals who hint at any the infectious infection, or who declined to be analyzed, could be isolated for up to 21 days.
"Everybody touching base at the Countries Container must appreciation the therapeutic principles and regulations," CAF said in an announcement.
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The extreme regulations reflect apprehensions of the spread of the fatal haemorrhagic fever that drove Morocco to request a deferment of the 16-group competition.
Rather they were stripped of their facilitating rights and Tropical Guinea ventures in ultimately to assume control.
The most noticeably bad pandemic of the infection on record has killed more than 8,371 individuals and tainted 21,171 in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, as indicated by World Wellbeing Association figures discharged on Monday.