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Authorities in Sierra Leone have introduced preventative measures to help contain the spread of the Ebola virus. Arrivals ...
and departures from Freetown International Airport were being screened for the deadly virus. Audio as incoming. (Aug. 8)
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SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYFreetown, Sierra Leone - August 7, 2014++PARTIALLY COVERED++++AUDIO QUALITY AS INCOMING++1. SOUNDBITE (English) John S. A. Sesay, General Manager, Sierra Leone Airports Authority: "What we are trying to do now as airport authority, jointly with other aviation partners, is to ensure that no Ebola-infected person gets on board an aircraft to travel. So because of that, we have put a number of measures. One, we know this disease spreads through from person-to-person contact."2. Travellers at Freetown Airport being handed leaflets with health advice3. Travellers in Ebola screening area4. Close of man washing his hands5. Exterior of arrivals hall at airport6. Medic holding laser thermometer6. Traveller being screen with thermometer7. Medic screening travellers8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarian Kamara, Doctor: ++AUDIO QUALITY AS INCOMING++"Basically what we do, the screening is for both departing and arriving passengers. So if you are leaving the country, you are screened. If you are coming in, you are also screened. And we are focusing more on passengers coming from the countries that have been affected by the outbreak - that is Guinea, Liberia and Nigeria. But that doesn't mean we are not also screening other passengers, we are also screening them, because we have flights like Air France that will make stopovers, like in Guinea."9. Baby being screenedSTORYLINE:Authorities in Sierra Leone have introduced preventative measures to help contain the spread of the Ebola virus. Travellers arriving at and flying out of Freetown International Airport on Thursday were being screened for the deadly virus using laser thermometers. "What we are trying to do now as airport authority, jointly with other aviation partners, is to ensure that no Ebola-infected person gets on board an aircraft to travel," said John S. A. Sesay, General Manager of the Sierra Leone Airports Authority.Sarian Kamara, a doctor, said the screenings were focused on passengers arriving from countries affected by the outbreak. A number of international airlines, including British Airways and Nigerian Arik Air, and have temporarily suspended their flights to Freetown. On Thursday, a US health official said the current Ebola crisis in West Africa is on pace to sicken more people than all other previous outbreaks of the disease combined.More than 1,700 people have been sickened in the current outbreak, in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. Nearly 1,000 have died, according to the World Health Organisation, or WHO.