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Travel Alerts
We all love to travel to distant and interesting destinations. At times this means we may find ourselves affected by issues beyond our control. For safe travel we always advise registering your itinerary on the Smart Traveller website and subscribing to the destination specific alert emails it offers.

TRAVEL Alerts

Yellow Fever Outbreak Brazil

The Yellow Fever outbreak continues in Brazil with the government confirming late last week  that 259 people have died from the disease so far this year. The outbreak is mainly in the southeast of the country, in the states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo. The number of confirmed cases has risen to 756, with another 622 potential cases under review.

15.05.2017

Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo

The WHO is monitoring a possible outbreak of Ebola virus following a suspected number of cases and subsequent deaths in the Likati district since April 22nd. Local health authorities have combined with a WHO team to investigate and monitor the situation. Due to the remoteness of the outbreak no changes have been made to travel advice at this stage but anyone returning unwell from the Democratic Republic of the Congo or falling ill within 21 days of return, should phone ahead before presenting at any medical centre.

14.05.2017

Measles Outbreak in Bali

There have been 7  confirmed cases of measles in travellers returning to WA from Bali so far this year. This combined with cases of measles in Bali travellers in other states, has prompted the WA Health Department to issue a measles alert. A highly infectious disease, measles has the potential to spread very quickly. Check out our fact sheet for more information.

10.05.2017

Flooding in Peru

Peru has experienced unusually heavy rains since the middle of March, and flooding has occurred in Lima and along the northern coast. This has had an impact on transport and has caused disruption. So far Cuzco and Macho Pichu are relatively unaffected. At this point in time we are unaware of any significant outbreaks of disease, but the situation may change and requires monitoring. As well as our website, the following websites will also provide up to date information:
www.nathnac.org
www.who.int
www.cdc.gov

23.03.2017

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