Passengers vetted for swine flu at Heathrow
Thermal body scanners installed at some British airports
By TTM on 19 July 2009 in News
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic say their staff are not allowing suspected swine flu sufferers to travel according to a report in the Sunday Times.
Following the introduction of thermal body scanners that can identify travellers with fever at airports in some countries including Thailand, Egypt and China, passengers at Heathrow and other major British airports are being vetted for possible symptoms by check-in staff who are turning away those thought to be infected.
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