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Singapore schools to start temperature taking against swine flu threat
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21:06, April 28, 2009

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Singapore schools will conduct temperature checks on their students as a precautionary measure against the swine flu threat, local media reported on Tuesday.

According to local radio 938live, Singapore's Ministry of Education said that it's stepping up school readiness through the exercise.

The ministry has advised all schools here to be vigilant and monitor the well-being of their staff and students. Procedures have been taken to help prevent the spread of diseases include handing out guidelines on good personal hygiene practices, keeping school premises clean and temperature taking.

There are currently no known cases of human swine flu in Singapore.

Source: Xinhua



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