Covid-19 Travel Blog

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Thursday Thunder: COVID and POTS Syndrome + China Relaxing Zero COVID Policy

With the COVID pandemic partially behind us, we can now reflect on its consequences. In fact, as we’ve seen in previous posts, researchers are studying the impact of COVID on patients’ health today. Today, we examine the newly discovered link between COVID, vaccines, and POTS syndrome. Additionally, we bring you international news on China and […]

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World Diabetes Day: What Causes Diabetes, Types & More

Diabetes is often an unnoticed disease. Someone can be suffering from diabetes but have no evident symptoms. And often, by the time they’ve become aware of the disease, it has already advanced significantly. But why does this happen? Simple, not everyone is familiar with what diabetes entails. Hence, early symptoms can be difficult to detect. […]

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Dengue Fever: A Prevention Guide for Travelers

Planning a trip to South America? Whether you’ll enjoy the beautiful beaches of Curitiba (Brazil) or discover breathtaking landscapes in Mendoza (Argentina), there’s a disease you need to be aware of. In this post, we’ll share what you need to know to stay safe from Dengue fever. We’ll cover: What is dengue fever and how […]

Thursday Thunder: New Ebola Outbreak in Uganda + Mumbai Measles

With borders opening, global travelers can go on trips that they have been putting off for years. And nothing beats the experience of visiting long-awaited destinations (such as India) or discovering the wonders that Africa has in store. But with the slowing down of the (still ongoing) COVID pandemic, many diseases have begun to flourish. […]

Respiratory Diseases Surge in the U.S.: New COVID Variants + RSV

We can all agree that 2020 and 2021 were the toughest years of the pandemic. Learning how to travel safely became a top priority since then. Today, we’re luckily in a better position than before, however, the pandemic continues. If you’re traveling to the US, you should know that there’s a surge in respiratory diseases […]

Thanksgiving dinner.

Thanksgiving Safety Tips for a Health-Conscious Holiday Season

It has been almost three years since Americans enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving. And although today it may seem like things have gone back to normal, in reality, the COVID-19 pandemic is not yet over. In fact, lately, there’s been a surge in respiratory diseases across the US. If you’re planning to gather with friends or […]

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Can You Fly With CBD? A 2023 Guide for Travelers

Nowadays, more and more people are turning to CBD products to improve their health. However, if you intend to travel carrying CBD products, there are some legal concerns you should have in mind. If you’re planning your next trip and want to travel with CBD products, then this post is for you. Today, we’ll answer […]

Thursday Thunder: China Eases COVID Entry Restrictions + A Spike of Scarlet Fever in the U.K

As the fight against COVID-19 progresses, more and more countries are becoming more tourist-friendly. However, the pandemic is not over yet. And, what’s more, many diseases have returned with increased intensity. In today’s post, we’ll dive into China’s progressive reopening to tourism. Plus, we’ll look at the scarlet fever situation in the UK. Ready? Let’s […]