147 AH1N1 cases in the Philippines

As of this morning, the number of AH1N1 cases has reached 147. I blame the DOH and international airport personnel for allowing travelers, especially the passengers who were not screened for the swine flu symptoms right before they took on board, in going to the Philippines. The thermal scanners and thermometers were useless because they were not able to detect the swine flu symptoms upon arrival. The doctors and nurses should have at least quarantined every person at the airport to make sure they were virus-free. Most of those who brought the flu virus were students who went on a vacation from US and Canada. These students have caused a serious threat to many people because of the DOH’s effort is either frivolous or simply a stupid mistake.

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