Swine flu suspects won't get on Finnair flights
Finnish airline, Finnair, has decided not to let passengers with swine flu travel with Finnair planes. The airline justifies the decision with the fact that swine flu is a widespread infectious disease.
The condition of the passenger will be estimated by a flight doctor. High temperature can be a reason to deny the entry to the flight, even if the passenger doesn't have a swine flu.
The Finnair represantatives tell that no passengers have yet been left out from the flight because of swine flu.
WHO hasn't given any travel restrictions to people with swine flu, but the organization has suggested that the patients shouldn't travel.