Report: Better way needed to track airline passengers exposed to diseases in flight (North County Times)

WASHINGTON -- Federal health officials need better access to airline passenger lists so they can quickly locate those who may have been exposed to infectious diseases during a flight, a major gap in the nation's border defenses, says a new report.


Posted September 01, 2005

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