Travel Clinic UK Blog

Measles
Measles

05 Apr 2017

Most travellers are not aware of the risks of Measles when they go abroad but there have been several outbreaks across the world in the last few months.

Laos
Laos

28 Mar 2017

Laos is in south east Asia bordered by Thailand to the West and Vietnam to the East. Its capital city is Vientiane. Laos has a tropical monsoon wet season which is May - October and a dry season November – April. The capital city is situated on the banks of the Mekong River.

What can the Foreign  Commonwealth Office do for you
What can the Foreign & Commonwealth Office do for you?

14 Mar 2017

Recently the Foreign & Commonwealth Office has released information on some very unusual calls they have received! People asking for help to find a Chef to make haggis, how to help a cat with a sore paw, how to get English TV channels, and many others.

Dengue Fever
Dengue Fever

01 Mar 2017

Fiji has recently seen 143 cases of Dengue Fever since the beginning of 2017 and all travelers should be aware of the risk of Dengue Fever whilst travelling through Fiji.

Mongolia
Mongolia

28 Feb 2017

When booking a holiday most people would overlook Mongolia, but it is fast becoming a top holiday spot and even in the top 10 best places to visit in 2017!

World Encephalitis Day Wednesday 22nd February 2017
World Encephalitis Day Wednesday 22nd February 2017

21 Feb 2017

Are you aware tomorrow Wednesday 22nd February is world encephalitis day?

Travel Insurance Top Tips
Travel Insurance Top Tips

07 Feb 2017

The team here at Travel Clinic UK have compiled a few of their top tips when looking for which travel insurance policy to take out. Make sure you choose wisely!

Yellow Fever Outbreak In Brazil
Yellow Fever Outbreak In Brazil

01 Feb 2017

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recently reported a Yellow Fever outbreak in Brazil. On the 6th January 2017, 5 deaths and 12 suspected cases were reported in the South-eastern Brazilian state of Minas Gerais.

Have you had your flu vaccination
Have you had your flu vaccination?

31 Jan 2017

Did you know around 15-20% of people in the UK get the Flu each year? The virus can spread from person to person up to 6ft away and, survive on surfaces like door handles, and laptop keypads for several hours.

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