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into the United States, as may exdst $71.33 Persons: Lsolation and surveil when the carrier has on board lance. individual(s) reportable in accordance
(a) Persons held in isolation under with $71.21 or meets the circumstances
this subpart may be held in facilities described in $71.42. Carriers not subject
suitable for isolation and treatment. to inspection under this section will be
(b) The Director may require isolasubject to sanitary inspection under
tion where surveillance is authorized in $71.41 of this part.
this subpart whenever the Director (b) The Director may require deten
considers the risk of transmission of tion of a carrier until the completion
infection to be exceptionally serious. of the measures outlined in this part
(c) Every person who is placed under that are necessary to prevent the in
surveillance by authority of this subtroduction or spread of a communicable disease. The Director may issue
part shall, during the period of surveil.
lance: a controlled free pratique to the carrier
(1) Give information relative to his stipulating what measures are to be
her health and his her intended desmet, but such issuance does not pre
tination and report, in person or by vent the periodic boarding of a carrier
telephone, to the local health officer and the inspection of persons and
having jurisdiction over the areas to be records to verify that the conditions
visited, and report for medical examihave been met for granting the pra
nations as may be required; tique.
(2) Upon arrival at any address other $71.32 Persons, carriers, and things
than that stated as the intended des
tination when placed under survell(a) Whenever the Director has reason
lance, or prior to departure from the to believe that any arriving person is United States, inform, in person or by infected with or has been exposed to
telephone, the health officer serving any of the communicable diseases list
th health jurisdiction from which be ed in paragraph (b) of this section, hel
she is departing. she may detain, Isolate, or place the
(d) From time to time the Director person under surveillance and may order disinfection or disinfestation as
may, in accordance with section 322 dl he/she considers necessary to prevent
the Public Health Service Act, enter
into agreements with public or private the introduction, transmission,
medical or hospital facilities for prospread of the listed communicable dis
viding care and treatment for persons eases.
detained under this part. (b) The communicable diseases authorizing the application of sanitary, (Approved by the Omice of Management and detention, and/or isolation measures
Budget under control number 0920-0184) under paragraph (a) of this section are: (50 FR 1519, Jan. 11, 1966; 50 FR 3910, Jan. 23,cholera or suspected cholera, diphthe- 1985) ria, infectious tuberculosis, plague, suspected smallpox, yellow fever, or $71.34 Carriers of U.S. military serv
ices. suspected viral hemorrhagic fevers (Lassa, Marburg, Ebola, Congo-Cri- (a) Carriers belonging to or operated mean, and others not yet isolated or by the military services of the United named).
States may be exempted from inspec (c) Whenever the Director has reason tion if the Director is satisfied that to believe that any arriving carrier or they have complied with regulations of article or thing on board the carrier is the military services which also meet or may be infected or contaminated the requirements of the regulations in with a communicable disease, he/she this part. (For applicable regulations of may require detention, disinsection, the military services, see Army Regudisinfection, disinfestation, fumiga- lation No. 40-12, Air Force Regulation tion, or other related measures respect- No. 161-4, Secretary of the Navy Ining the carrier or article or thing as he struction 6210.2, and Coast Guard Comshe considers necessary to prevent the mandant Instruction 6210.2). introduction, transmission, or spread (b) Notwithstanding exemption from of communicable diseases.
inspection of carriers under this sec
ion, animals or articles on board shall the aircraft is suspected of harboring e required to comply with the applica- insects of public health importance. le requirements of subpart F of this (b) Disinsection shall be the responart.
sibility of the air carrier or, in the case
of aircraft not for hire, the pilot in 71.35 Report of death or illness on
command, and shall be subject to moncarrier during stay in port.
itoring by the Director. The master of any carrier at a U.S. (c) Disinsection of the aircraft shall ort shall report immediately to the be accomplished immediately after iarantine station at or nearest the landing and blocking. ort the occurrence, on board, of any (1) The cargo compartment shall be ath or any ill person among pas- disinsected before the mail, baggage, ngers or crew.
and other cargo are discharged. pproved by the Office of Management and
(2) The rest of the aircraft shall be dget under control number 0920-0134)
disinsected after passengers and crew
deplane. bpart E-Requirements Upon
(d) Disinsection shall be performed Arrival at U.S. Ports: Sanitary
with an approved insecticide in accord
ance with the manufacturer's instrucInspection
tions. The current list of approved in1.41 General provisions.
secticides and sources may be obtained
from the Division of Quarantine, CenCarriers arriving at a U.S. port from
ter for Prevention Services, Centers for foreign area shall be subject to a san
Disease Control, Atlanta, GA 30333. ary inspection to determine whether ere exists rodent, insect, or other $71.45 Food, potable water, and waste: rmin infestation, contaminated food U.S. seaports and airports. - water, or other insanitary condi
(a) Every seaport and airport shall be ons requiring measures for the pre
provided with a supply of potable water Intion of the introduction, trans
from a watering point approved by the ission, or spread of communicable
Commissioner of Food and Drugs, Food sease.
and Drug Administration, in accord11.42 Disinfection of imports.
ance with standards established in title
21, Code of Federal Regulations, parts When the cargo manifest of a carrier
1240 and 1250. sts articles which may require dis- (b) All food and potable water taken fection under the provisions of this
on board a ship or aircraft at any seaurt, the Director shall disinfect them
port or airport intended for human | board or request the appropriate
consumption thereon shall be obtained istoms officer to keep the articles
from sources approved in accordance parated from the other cargo pending
with regulations cited in paragraph (a) propriate disposition.
of this section.
(c) Aircraft inbound or outbound on 11.43 Exemption for mails.
an international voyage shall not disExcept to the extent that mail con- charge over the United States any exins any article or thing subject to re
crement, or waste water or other polrictions under subpart F of this part, luting materials. Arriving aircraft thing in the regulations in this part
shall discharge such matter only at all render liable to detention, dis
servicing areas approved under regulafection, or destruction any mail con- tions cited in paragraph (a) of this secyed under the authority of the postal tion. iministration of the United States or any other Government.
871.46 Issuance of Deratting Certifi
cates and Deratting Exemption Cer71.44 Disinsection of aircraft.
tificates. (a) The Director may require Valid Deratting Certificates Isinsection of an aircraft if it has left Deratting Exemption Certificates are foreign area that is infected with in- not required for ships to enter a U.S. ect-borne communicable disease and seaport. In accordance with Article 17
of the International Health Regulations, the Public Health Service may perform rodent infestation inspections and issue Deratting Certificates and Deratting Exemption Certificates. $71.47 Special provisions relating to
airports: Office and isolation facili
ties. Each U.S. airport which receives international traffic shall provide without cost to the Government suitable office, isolation, and other exclusive space for carrying out the Federal responsibilities under this part. 871.48 Carriers in intercoastal and
interstate traffic Carriers, on an international voyage, which are in trafñic between U.S. ports, shall be subject to inspection as described in $971.31 and 71.41 when there occurs on board, among passengers or crew, any death, or any ill person, or when illness is suspected to be caused by insanitary conditions.
$71.51 Dogs and cats.
Confinement means restriction of a dog or cat to a building or other enclosure at a U.S. port, en route to destination and at destination, in isolation from other animals and from persons except for contact necessary for its care or, if the dog or cat is allowed out of the enclosure, muzzling and keeping it on a leash.
Dog means all domestic dogs.
Valid rabies vaccination certificate means a certificate which was issued for a dog not less than 3 months of age at the time of vaccination and which:
(1) Identifies a dog on the basis of breed, sex, age, color, markings, and other identifying information.
(2) Specifies a date of rabies vaccination at least 30 days before the date of arrival of the dog at a U.S. port.
(3) Specifles a date of expiration which is after the date of arrival of the dog at a U.S. port. If no date of expiration is specified, then the date of vaccination shall be no more than 12
months before the date of arrival at a U.S. port.
(4) Bears the signature of a licensed veterinarian.
(b) General requirements for admission of dogs and cats(1) Inspection by Director. The Director shall inspect all dogs and cats which arrive at a U.S. port, and admit only those dogs and cats which show no signs of communicable disease as defined in $71.1.
(2) Examination by veterinarian and confinement of dogs and cats. When, upon inspection, a dog or cat does not appear to be in good health on arrival (e.g., it has symptoms such as emaciation, lesions of the skin, nervous system disturbances, jaundice, or d'ar! rhea), the Director may require prompt confinement and give the owner an op portunity to arrange for a licensed vet- «. erinarian to examine the animal and give or arrange for any tests or treatment indicated. The Director will consider the findings of the examination and tests in determining whether or not the dog or cat may have a communicable disease. The owner shall bear the expense of the examination, tests, and treatment. When it is necessary to detain a dog or cat pending determination of its admissibility, the owner shall provide confinement facilities which in the judgment of the Director will afford protection against any communicable disease. The owner shall bear the expense of confinement. Confinement shall be subject to conditions specified by the Director to protect the public health.
(3) Record of sickness or death of dogs and cats and requirements for exposed animals. (1) The carrier responsible for the care of dogs and cats shall maintain a record of sickness or death of animals en route to the United States and shall submit the record to the quarantine station at the U.S. port upon arrival. Dogs or cats which have become sick while en route or are dead on arrival shall be separated from other animals as soon as the sickness or death is discovered, and shall be held in confinement pending any neoessary examination as determined by the Director.
(11) When, upon inspection, a dog or cat appears healthy but, during ship ment, has been exposed to a sick or
dead animal suspected of having a com- rabies. The dog must be vaccinated municable disease, the exposed dog or within 4 days after arrival at destinacat shall be admitted only if examina- tion but no more than 10 days after artion or tests made on arrival reveal no rival at a U.S. port. It must be kept in evidence that the animal may be in- confinement for at least 30 days after fected with a communicable disease. the date of vaccination. The provisions of paragraph (b)(2) of
(3) When a dog is admitted under this section shall be applicable to the
paragraph (c)2) of this section, the Diexamination or tests.
rector shall notify the health depart(4) Sanitation. When the Director
ment or other appropriate agency havinds that the cages or other containers
ing jurisdiction at the point of destinaof dogs or cats arriving in the United States are in an insanitary or other
tion and shall provide the address of
the specified place of confinement and ondition that may constitute a comnunicable disease hazard, the dogs, or
other pertinent information to faciliats shall not be admitted in such con
tate surveillance and other appropriate ainers unless the owner has the con
action. ainers cleaned and disinfected.
(d) Certification requirements. The (c) Rabies vaccination requirements for
owner shall submit such certification ogs. (1) A valid rabies vaccination cer
regarding confinement and vaccination ificate is required at a U.S. port for prescribed under this section as may be dmission of a dog unless the owner
required by the Director. ubmits evidence satisfactory to the (e) Additional requirements for the imVirector that:
portation of dogs and cats. Dogs and cats (1) If a dog is less than 6 months of shall be subject to such additional rege, it has been only in a country de- quirements as may be deemed necermined by the Director to be rabies- essary by the Director or to exclusion ree (a current list of rabies-free coun- if coming from areas which the Direcries may be obtained from the Divi- tor has determined to have high rates ion of Quarantine, Center for Preven- of rabies. ion Services, Centers for Disease Con
(1) Requirements for dogs and cats in rol, Atlanta, GA 30333); or
transit. The provisions of this section (11) If a dog is 6 months of age or shall apply to dogs and cats transIder, for the 6 months before arrival,
ported through the United States from t has been only in a country deter
one foreign country to another, except nined by the Director to be rabies-free;
as provided below:
(1) Dogs and cats that appear (iii) The dog is to be taken to a re
healthy, but have been exposed to a jearch facility to be used for research
sick or dead animal suspected of havpurposes and vaccination would inter'ere with its use for such purposes.
ing a communicable disease, need not
undergo examination or tests as pro(2) Regardless of the provisions of
vided in paragraph (b)(3) of this section paragraph (c)(1) of this section, the Di
if the Director determines that the Tector may authorize admission as fol10w8:
conditions under which they are being (1) If the date of vaccination shown
transported will afford adequate proon the vaccination certificate is less
tection against introduction of commuthan 30 days before the date of arrival,
nicable disease. the dog may be admitted, but must be
(2) Rabies vaccination is not required confined until at least 30 days have
for dogs that are transported by airelapsed since the date of vaccination;
craft or ship and retained in custody of (11) If the dog is less than 3 months of
the carrier under conditions that would age, it may be admitted, but must be prevent transmission of rabies. confined until vaccinated against ra- (8) Disposal of ercluded dogs and cats. bies at 3 months of age and for at least A dog or cat excluded from the United 30 days after the date of vaccination; States under the regulations in this
(ul) If the dog is 3 months of age or part shall be exported or destroyed. older, it may be admitted, but must be Pending exportation, it shall be deconfined until it 18 vaccinated against tained at the owner's expense in the
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(a) Definitions. CM2101 A length of long than 4 inches, As used in this section the term: of seven or more viable tortle eggs or Importer means any person or cor any mtination of tarties and tortle Doration, partnership, or other organiOU Waling seven or more, may be zation, receiving live nonhuman prima Imported into the United States for tes from a foreign country within a pe bona 1116 wientific or educational pur
riod of 31 days, beginning with the imDiwaor for exhibition when accom- portation date, whether or not the priDanied by a permit issued by the Direc- mates were held for part of the period
at another location. The term importer (3) The requirements in paragraphs includes the original importer and any (1)(1) and (c)(2) of this section shall not other person or organization receiving apply to the oxys of marine turtles ex- imported primates within the 31-day oluded from those regulations under period. $71 m2a).
Nonhuman primates means (d) Application for permits. Applica- nonhuman members of the Order Priulong for permits to import turtles, as mates, including, but not limited to, met forth in paragraph (c)(2) of this sec- animals commonly known as monkeys, ulon, mhall be made by letter to the Di- chimpanzees, orangutans, gorillas, gib rector, and whall contain, identify, or bons, apes, baboons, marmosets, demaribe, the name and address of the tamarin, lemurs, and lorises. Appllonnt, the number of specimens, (b) General prohibition. No person or and the common and scientific names organization may import live of each mpeclen to be imported, the nonhuman primates into the United holding faollilien, the intended use of States unless registered as an importer the burdlea following their importation, in accordance with applicable proviIlie pomulona to be undertaken to sions of this section.