With Yellow Fever outbreaks continuing across South America, the disease is a top concern amongst travellers. But how much do you need to worry about it and what can you do to protect yourself from it? Here is what you need to know about the South American Yellow Fever Outbreak.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that the number of measles cases in Europe has grown by 400% in the last year, taking the total to 21,315 cases in 2017. For anyone traveling to Europe, this obviously poses a fairly significant problem. Nobody wants to go somewhere if there’s an outbreak of a pretty serious disease floating about. Particularly when cases of the disease are rising. You may be wondering; why is measles on the rise, and is it still safe to travel to Europe?
Cam Woodsum is our first guest contributor at Summit. Here is his list to Seeing The World, Safely!
From Cam: As someone who believes that advice usually comes from a place of personal bias, my intention here is to share my own experiences – not to give direct advice.
It’s fair to say that society would score me a ten out of ten on risk-taking and risk tolerance. So far in life, I’ve dropped out of college to manage a rapper, quit back to back high-paying startup jobs within six months of each other, and decided to move to Asia for six months (which has since stretched to nine) with a half-baked plan.