Provision has been made by regulations for the purpose of preventing danger to public health from aircraft arriving at any place in England and Wales and for preventing the spread of infection by means of aircraft leaving any such place1.
In the case of incoming aircraft arriving at a customs and excise airport2, provision is made for the inspection of the aircraft by the medical officer at the airport3, for taking measures such as the examination, detention and disinfection of persons on board or leaving the aircraft4, for requiring the commander of the aircraft to answer questions, supply information, and
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