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on the departure, or, in any event, as late as possible before the departure, of an aircraft:

1. Inspection of the aircraft and cargo to insure that they do not contain mosquitoes and, if necessary, disinsectization. A record of this inspection and any action taken shall be entered in the journey logbook;

2. Medical inspection of passengers and crew; those who are suspected to be suffering from yellow fever or in whose case it has been duly established that they have been exposed to the infection of yellow fever shall be required to remain under observation either within the precincts of the aerodrome or elsewhere, under conditions approved by the sanitary authority, until 6 days have elapsed since the last day on which they were exposed to infection;

3. The names of the passengers and crew shall be entered in the journey logbook, together with the relevant information with regard to their exposure to infection and the period and conditions of observation which they have undergone prior to departure.

article 43

Aircraft from uninfected area at anti-amaril aerodrome for supplies. Aircraft in transit, not coming from a region in which yellow fever exists and landing for the purpose of taking in supplies in an anti-amaril aerodrome, shall be exempt from the prescribed sanitary measures on leaving that aerodrome. In the further course of the voyage they shall not be subject to the provisions of this chapter, provided that the fact that they have called at an anti-amaril aerodrome for the sole purpose of taking in supplies is entered in the journey logbook.

article 44

Voyages between infected regions.
Ante, p. 3280.

Aircraft to which article 1, I, second paragraph, of the present convention applies, flying between two regions where yellow fever exists, must depart from and land