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Table 1 Schedule of Infectious Diseases as set out in Aircraft and Shipping Regulations, Ireland

From: Ebola, Zika and the International Health Regulations – implications for Port Health Preparedness

Cholera.
Pneumonic Plague.
Yellow fever.
Viral haemorrhagic fevers.
West Nile fever.
Smallpox.
Poliomyelitis due to wild type poliovirus.
Human influenza caused by a new sub-type.
Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)
Dengue fever, Rift Valley fever and meningococcal disease and any other infectious disease in respect of a person on board an aircraft originating in, coming from, or having passed through an area where any of those infectious diseases are of special national or regional concern.
Any other infectious disease which is of public health concern and of international importance