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Wednesday, April 26, 2006 

26th April
Caribbean Bird Flu Watch
By Godfrey Eneas
Urge CaribVET to prepare and circulate surveillance protocols by May 31, 2006.

Support the conduct of the sub-regional simulation exercise in June 2006, and at least one national simulation exercise in each country, taking into consideration the effectiveness of the entire cycle of sample collection, transport (e.g. airline carriers), diagnostic testing and reporting by end 2006.

Develop common performance indicators to evaluate and strengthen active and passive surveillance systems on disease status (sample size, communication network, database appropriateness and analysis, sentinel sites).

Provide assistance to countries on matters related to procurement of field kits, sample collection and protective gears.

Provide assistance to strengthen legislation and institutional infrastructure.

More of this article: The Bahama Journal

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