Russia and China, among other countries, decided to quarantine visitors with flu symptoms.
The tentative location of the quarantine (which is “still to be defined”) is Casablanca.
Inside the quarantine zone, even more specific procedures were outlined to keep those within the bounds of it safe.
She has since been transferred to the quarantine unit at Carlos III.
Legal challenges to quarantine also could be based on these standards.
They knew nothing of the quarantine, and were very much surprised at their arrest.
When our quarantine was over we were permitted to enter the city.
But what was taking place in the quarantine boat, that she should come about and leave her companions?
Once she might have been a danger to be kept out like a pest, or barricaded in quarantine.
At length this was ended, and word came again to us that they would go into quarantine.
1520s, "period of 40 days in which a widow has the right to remain in her dead husband's house." Earlier quarentyne (15c.), "desert in which Christ fasted for 40 days," from Latin quadraginta "forty," related to quattuor "four" (see four).
Sense of "period a ship suspected of carrying disease is kept in isolation" is 1660s, from Italian quarantina giorni, literally "space of forty days," from quaranta "forty," from Latin quadraginta. So called from the Venetian custom of keeping ships from plague-stricken countries waiting off its port for 40 days (first enforced 1377) to assure that no latent cases were aboard. The extended sense of "any period of forced isolation" is from 1670s.
1804, from quarantine (n.). Related: Quarantined; quarantining.
quarantine quar·an·tine (kwôr'ən-tēn')
A period of time during which a vehicle, person, or material suspected of carrying a contagious disease is detained at a port of entry under enforced isolation to prevent disease from entering a country.
A place for such detention.
Enforced isolation or restriction of free movement imposed to prevent the spread of contagious disease.
A condition of enforced isolation.
A period of 40 days.
The isolation of people who either have a contagious disease or have been exposed to one, in an attempt to prevent the spread of the disease.