Quarantine Diseases

Quarantine Diseases

 

convention diseases, infectious diseases that come under the action of the International Quarantine or international health conventions.

The quarantine diseases include plague, cholera, yellow fever, and smallpox (in 1970, the 23rd Assembly of the World Health Organization removed typhus and relapsing fever from the list).

References in periodicals archive ?
Contract notice: Procurement of reference standards for pesticides and quarantine diseases of plants, for the requirements of the State Phytosanitary Laboratory, in accordance with the phytosanitary monitoring programs .
The results of the expert examination, made by the Scientific Center for Quarantine Diseases under the Consumer Rights Protection Committee of the Ministry of National Economy of Kazakhstan, showed that the patient had an acute respiratory viral infection.
Based on the measures and procedures taken by the Ministry of Health in addition to the results of field surveys and the reports of the Health Ministry's committees in addition to there is no epidemic and quarantine diseases among the pilgrims.
Nonetheless, he said Haj 2012 was a big success, free of epidemic and quarantine diseases.
Al Manie said that the Ministry had prepared a comprehensive preventive plan for prevention of epidemic quarantine diseases.
This year, training exercises were also held to identify and eliminate cases of quarantine diseases in Issyk-Kul, Talas and Jalal-Abad regions involving 500 workers of the concerned services.
Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, announced today that Hajj season for the year 1432AH is safe and free from epidemic or quarantine diseases and that pilgrims are well and enjoying good health.
has conducted training exercises to identify and eliminate cases of quarantine diseases in Issyk-Kul, Talas and Jalal-Abad regions.
Mina, Outskirts of Makkah, Dhu-AlHijjah 10, 1432, Nov 6, 2011, SPA -- The World Health Organization (WHO) hailed the services provided by the Kingdom's Ministry of Health for the pilgrims, pointing to the Saudi success in overcoming the difficulties of medical treatment of huge human crowds, a fact which was culminated in an epidemic or quarantine diseases free Hajj.
Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah announced the safety of passengers using King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) in Jeddah, stressing that they are free from any epidemic or quarantine diseases.