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Coronavirus: Hanimadhoo Airport op de Maldiven voorzien van Warmtebeeldscreening

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Coronavirus: Hanimadhoo Airport op de Maldiven voorzien van Warmtebeeldscreening

Als warmtebeeldcamera specialist zijn wij benaderd door een crisismanager welke ingeschakeld was door Hanimadhoo Airport op de Maladiven. In zeer korte tijd is er een plan gemaakt en zijn 2 van onze specialisten naar de Maladiven gevlogen met 7 warmtebeeldcamera's. Gedurende een week zijn er op lokatie trainingen gegeven.

Als warmtebeeldcamera specialist zijn wij benaderd door een crisismanager welke ingeschakeld was door Hanimadhoo Airport op de Maladiven. In zeer korte tijd is er een plan gemaakt en zijn 2 van onze specialisten naar de Maladiven gevlogen met 7 warmtebeeldcamera's. Gedurende een week zijn er op lokatie trainingen gegeven.


Coronavirus: Additional cameras placed including domestic terminal and Hanimadhoo Airport

The Administration has briefed the media with the latest updates on measures implemented to safeguard the Maldives from the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

The media was informed this morning by Ali Waheed, the Minister of Tourism; Dr Fathimath Nazla Rafeeg, Medical Officer at the Health Protection Agency (HPA); and, Glenn C. Schoen, the Founder and CEO of Boardroom @ Crisis BV—a consultant for the administration for setting up screening mechanisms at all points of entry.

Speaking at the press briefing, Ali Waheed informed the media that two Maldivians, who had recently returned from China, had been isolated in Farukolhufushi under the additional precautionary border control measures enacted by the Administration. He stressed that the two individuals did not show any symptoms of the virus and that authorities were following the procedure in monitoring their health condition.

The tourism minister further stated that 11 Chinese tourists are also under the care of the authorities, and had been accommodated in Farukolhufushi after they were denied boarding on their respective outbound flights as per standard procedures. He explained that the 11 tourists would depart later this evening.

Highlighting that authorities are working to ensure seamless departure arrangements for all outbound tourists, Minister Ali Waheed noted that assistance had been provided to 8 Argentinian and 16 Chinese tourists in this regard. Speaking about daily briefings with tourism sector stakeholders, the Minister further stated that steps had been taken with the assistance of industry stakeholders to ensure arrangements for all tourists who had been affected by the Travel Advisory.

Briefing the media about the optimisation of screening procedures at all entry points, Glenn C. Schoen noted that his team of experts had assisted in the setting up of top-of-the-line cameras at Velana International Airport—international arrivals, VIP and domestic terminals—Gan International Airport and Hanimaadhoo International Airport. Highlighting that additional mobile deployable systems had been put in place, Glenn further noted that his teams had trained and instructed over 75 frontline staff working on the multi-agency operation.

He emphasised that a double-layer of screening is now in place, ensuring the safety and security of all citizens and visitors. Dr Nazla further briefed the media about the standards and procedures followed by the authorities.

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Originele nieuwsbericht: https://oneonline.mv/en/21190

 

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