By Jimitota Onoyume
PORT HARCOURT—AUTHORITIES of the Port Harcourt International Airport, Omagwa, Rivers State, have said that there were no Ebola cases at the airport, adding that measures were already in place at the airport to check the virus.
Regional General Manager, South-South, South-East Federal Airports, Mrs Ebele Okoye, who spoke to newsmen yesterday at the sideline of the commissioning of the renovated aviation medical clinic, Port Harcourt International Airport, said authorities of the airport had set up an isolated place within the airport to quarantine any passenger diagnosed with the deadly virus.
She said so far no Ebola case had been found at the airport, adding that management had organised series of enlightenment programme on how to check the spread.
She said: “We have the medical team. We have those positioned at the exit and entry points. We check those coming in and out of the airport.”