Bush didn’t secure American borders after the horror of 9/11 and Obama will not secure american borders even with killer Mexican flu…NEWS
Canada tightens screening of incoming Mexican workers Ottawa —
Canada has tightened the screening process for incoming Mexican workers in an effort to limit the spread of swine flu, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced in an interview Monday. — All Mexican workers need to have a fever-check by two doctors, fill out a questionnaire, and undergo a physical before entering Canada…
North County Times — Escondido, Calif.
Hunter calls for border restrictions as response to swine flu
U.S. Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, R-El Cajon, called Monday for a restriction on travel from Mexico into the United States to combat spread of the swine flu, now confirmed at 40 cases from New York to San Diego. — Hunter said he was urging President Barack Obama to “consider restricting cross-border traffic entering the U.S. from Mexico.”
San Antonio Express-News
Swine Flu Watch: SCUCISD closes all schools
As the number of suspected or confirmed local cases of swine flu climbed to 12, the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District said Sunday it will close all its schools for at least one week. — The district also canceled today’s planned public meeting at Steele High School in Cibolo…
Swine flu: Every passenger arriving in Britain from Mexico screened
Two travellers were admitted to a hospital in Scotland when they complained of flu-like symptoms after returning from holiday in the country. — Alan Johnson, the Health Secretary, said Britain was on “constant alert” after the previously unknown influenza spread from Mexico to America….
Thai News Agency — Bangkok
Thai airports install thermal scanners for swine flu
Thailand’s international airports have increased surveillance to quarantine arriving passengers from Mexico and the United States, where a new strain of deadly swine flu virus has been detected and the virus has killed 103 people in Mexico…
9 suspected invaders from Mexico arrested
Bella Vista, Ark. — Sheriff’s deputies say they arrested nine suspected illegal [aliens] all heading to western Arkansas from Phoenix. — Sgt. Brandon Rogers of the Benton County Sheriff’s Office told the Morning News that all nine were Mexican nationals. Rogers says they were found when a deputy stopped a sport-utility vehicle Thursday night on U.S. 71.