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Quarantine station to open at Logan

With the threat of bioterrorism and infectious diseases growing, the federal government by the end of this year plans to open a quarantine station at Boston’s Logan International Airport where officials can evaluate the health threats posed by incoming travelers. The Massachusetts Port Authority, which operates Logan, is building an office suite and an isolation room where a five-person staff from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can evaluate travelers and train airport and airline personnel on how to detect symptoms consistent with infectious diseases. The CDC office will be located in the international Terminal E. Full Story

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