Travel warnings to south america

Travel recommendations

In Europe, there has been only one new entry into level 4 this week – Albania. This is because much of Europe has remained firmly at CDC risk level 4 for weeks or months now. European destinations at this level include some of the continent’s biggest names:

Other popular destinations, such as Canada and South Africa, are also at level 4. With the addition of 22 new destinations, the level 4 list now exceeds more than 100 locations. You can check out the CDC’s risk levels for worldwide destinations on its travel recommendations page.

“Transmission rates are one benchmark,” Wen said. “Another is what precautions are required and followed where you’re going, and the third is what you plan to do once you’re there.”

“Do you plan to visit a lot of attractions and go to closed bars? That’s very different from going to a place where you plan to lie on the beach all day and not interact with anyone else. That’s very different. Those are very different levels of risk.”

Traveling South America by car

We travel more and more and for different reasons: tourism, work, business, humanitarian cooperation, and sometimes we travel to very distant places. In all these situations we must take a series of precautions to protect our health.

In the same way that we organize details relating to transportation and stay, it should also be standard practice to take the necessary health measures to reduce the risks associated with travel, by consulting specialized health professionals at international vaccination centers and health centers.

If your destination is a tropical or subtropical country with endemic malaria, you should be aware that malaria is a serious disease transmitted by a mosquito (Anopheles) that injects the malaria parasite into the blood when it bites.

Although there are four species of the malaria parasite that can infect humans and produce the disease (Plasmodium falciparum, P. malariae, P. vivax and P. ovale), it is only P. falciparum that is potentially life-threatening. There is a real risk that anyone of any age can contract this disease.

Traveling in South America alone

South America is a continent full of surprises with an incredible variety of landscapes to discover that will allow any traveler to immerse themselves in its enriching indigenous, Inca, Quechua or even Mayan culture.

Breathtaking waterfalls, colorful cities full of history, ruins, forests, lakes, beaches, and of course the Amazon rainforest, the nearly 18 million square kilometers that make up South America are home to a variety of places to visit.

If you are planning to travel to South America, we recommend that you take out travel insurance to be protected against any unforeseen event: medical expenses, luggage coverage, as well as coverage for trip extension in case of illness or repatriation, among others.

It is estimated that in Argentina alone, the cost of spending a day in the hospital can amount to about 700 €, while other more remote areas may involve very high prices in case of needing urgent assistance.

Travel through South America

Thinking of traveling around this beautiful continent? Don’t start traveling through South America without reading these tips, recommendations and curious facts. They will be very helpful when planning your trip.

Not everything the media tells us about South America is like that Not everything that comes out in the mass media is as they want to make it look. It is sad to see how there are so many -so many- people who stop traveling to South America because of the preconceptions generated by the information we receive, what is true is that you have to take more precautions than traveling in Europe, Asia or Oceania, so we recommend: Bon voyage!

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