ICAO yesterday said it "intensified efforts" to assist member states in developing effective and harmonized national contingency plans in the event of a global H1N1 influenza (swine flu) pandemic. At the same time, it reminded member states in a Declaration of the ICAO Council that the World Health Organization has not recommended the imposition of travel restrictions and that during the current outbreak member states "should make every effort to ensure that air transport services remain ...

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