Posts Tagged ‘Zika’

Babies, Bali and “I Do”

here

Dr Julie Burke TMA Yeppoon

Destination weddings in Bali for Australians are extremely popular. Young  Aussie couples with their love of the great out doors, beach and sand can easily access the many wedding planners and resorts specializing in magical and seemingly less costly venues for tying the knot.  More often these couples already have their own little ones, have guests with young families and mums to be; and grandparents tagging along for the ride as baby sitters.  In the excitement of the weddings planning, friends and family’s travel health needs are often overlooked – especially regarding ZIKA.

Read More »

The New Epidemic – Zika Virus

here

Zika Virus expands its’ grip

Dr Rowena Sheppard, TMA Cressy Clinic Goondiwindi, Qld

Dominating the headlines, particularly for travellers to South America, is the very recent information on spread of mosquito borne Zika Virus, with notifications now in at least 30 countries, some in alarming numbers.

Read More »

Zika Virus in Brazil

here

Zika Virus outbreak in Brazil causes panic

Dr Donald Leitch Shoal Bay and Anna Bay TMA clinic NSW

The mosquito-borne Zika virus was first recognised in Brazil in May 2015. Brazilian authorities estimate that between 500,000 and 1.5 million people  have caught Zika virus in the past year. Zika causes a relatively mild flu like illness in most persons – a bit like Dengue fever.

Read More »

Travel Health Information

Creative Commons License
This work by Dr Deb The Travel Doctor Pty Ltd (ABN 75 624 360 247) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.thetraveldoctor.com.au/website_terms_conditions.htm.

Website Terms and Conditions | Governing policy

Website Developed by Big Blue Creative