If you travel internationally from the United States, you may be asked to:
1 Pass through a scanning device that checks your temperature. (The device may look like an airport metal detector, a camera, or a handheld device.)
2 Have your temperature taken with an oral or ear thermometer
3 Fill out a sheet of questions about your health
4 Review information about the symptoms of novel H1N1 flu
5 Give your address, phone number, and other contact information
6 Be quarantined for a period of time if a passenger on your flight is found to have symptoms of novel H1N1 flu.
7 Contact health authorities in the country you are visiting to let them know if you become ill .
If you have a fever or respiratory symptoms or are suspected to have novel H1N1 flu based on screening, you may be asked to:
1 Be isolated from other people until you are well
2 Have a medical examination
3 Take a rapid flu test (which consists of a nasal swab sample)
4 Be hospitalized and given medical treatment, if you test positive for novel H1N1 flu