Session 2: IPC and WASH at Points of Entry 

The International Organization on Migration (IOM) is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration. In this session, IOM takes the learner through critical WASH and IPC interventions required to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission at points of entry across borders. IOM, in partnership with READY, has developed this session specifically for the COVID-19 Micro-Training series.

2. Review what you have learned (your answers will not be recorded):

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#1. Who is primarily responsible for processing travelers at Points of Entry?

#2. Which of the following is *not* considered an enabling WASH factor to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission at Points of Entry?

Incorrect. The answer is “Towels to dry hands after washing.”

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