What kind of limits are there on that quarantine
The Yemeni charges $14 a head while Gulf Quarantine
The 1788 Quarantine
Act introduced stringent provisions affecting cargoes particularly aimed at ships from the Baltic.
Jordon said yesterday: "After meeting people in Newmarket and going out to look at the gallops that will be used for quarantine
, I have made a number of recommendations on how the 100-metre requirement can be satisfied to our principal racing authority, and the feedback was pretty positive.
The removal of the quarantine
system is long overdue and will save families moving back to the UK with their pets thousands of pounds.
A parallel federal quarantine
, also established in 2007, will remain effective in Pennsylvania to help stop the spread into other states.
5[degrees]C or mild influenza-like symptoms were treated in the quarantine
Embassy is unable to influence the duration of stay in quarantine
for affected travelers.
Participating teams from countries such as Japan and Korea in the Equestrian competition of The 16th Asian Games will have horses from that originating country quarantined in that country and only after quarantine
will the horses then be transported by air to the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and then moved directly to the newly renovated Asian Games Equestrian facility in Conghua, a rural farming community located two hours east of downtown Guangzhou.
As it stands under the "new" three-week quarantine
regulation, international horses entered for the Caulfield Cup - on October 18 - would begin a two-week quarantine
period in their own countries in the second week of September.
, by contrast, generally refers to the separation and restriction of movement of people who, while not yet ill, have been exposed to an infectious agent and therefore may become infectious.
Bush has signed an executive order triggering a 1917-era law that hands the Feds the power to appoint quarantine
officers, create quarantine
stations, and detain Americans 'reasonably believed to be infected' with SARS [Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome].