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Mr Bikitshane said cattle farmers were grappling with challenges of lack of markets and money while they were expected to engage caretakers during quarantine.
If approved, he went on to say, the imported animals stay for a week in quarantine to be tested to make sure they are free of diseases that could ban them from being sold in markets.
The federal government technically could find an argument for challenging state decisions to impose quarantines, said Polly Price, professor at Emory University School of Law.
He has not been tested for the virus and was not under quarantine, ABC said, citing New York City health department officials.
Quarantines may also be subject to equal protection challenges.
In May 2009, China implemented a policy that allows it to quarantine arriving passengers who exhibit fever or flu-like symptoms if they are arriving from a country which has cases of 2009-H1N1, including the U.S.
As they provide a measure of reassurance for the healthy, quarantines create a social and geographic space from which to exclude the infected so that safe space becomes synonymous with the absence of those who seem to be ill: "There appears to be no way to shun a disease other than shunning the person who has already become its victim" or who might be susceptible to illness (Kraut 26).
By contrast, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) has a serial interval of 8 to l0 days, and peak infectivity does not occur until week 2 of illness, which allows more time to effectively implement isolation and quarantine measures (13).
The Japan's Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries' Plant Quarantine Division declined to say how soon the rule change would be made to enable Japan to resume imports but did not rule out this winter, in time for U.S.
Email messages identified as spam are contained in each user's Meridius Quarantine Mailbox which now supports an English, French or Spanish graphical user interface.