This item is from the Korea Herald, the largest english language daily in Korea.

South Korea has restricted travel to Mexico, where the outbreak has taken its highest toll, while asking Korean residents visiting their homeland from Mexico to stay inside their lodgings for a week.

Lee said his center began operating a special monitoring unit as of Saturday, while the country has tightened inspections of pork imports from affected countries.

About two dozen people who sat close to the confirmed patient aboard the plane tested negative, according to center officials.

Over 330 passengers flew on the airplane that arrived in South Korea on April 26, according to the center. About 180 of them have
been traced and contacted by the authorities.

http://www.koreaherald.co.kr/NEWKHSITE/data/html_dir/2009/05/03/200905030006.asp

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