Travel Health & Safety: From Healthy Travel to Traveling Sick
Have Baby Will Travel is not a medical site, but health and safety while traveling is paramount to a parents’ peace of mind. Especially in a world after COVID-19, nobody wants to be traveling sick.
The tips and advice here for healthy travel and for what to do if you find yourself traveling sick should not replace a consultation with your family doctor or pediatrician prior to traveling.
Prior to your trip, it’s important to choose a baby travel destination that is clean, safe, and with access to good health care. It’s also essential to purchase travel insurance, and to ensure that your children are covered if you already have a work policy.
However, if you have been exposed to or suspect you may have COVID-19, please do not travel.
Once again, please consult your family doctor or pediatrician prior to any travel with a baby or toddler. Traveling sick is no fun and it’s best to avoid it if possible.
Once again, if you have been exposed to or suspect you may have COVID-19, please do not travel. The world of travel after COVID-19 is starting to open up. But please self-isolate for at least 14 days after travel to avoid the spread and transmission of COVID-19.
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