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Tips For Last-Minute Travel
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December 6, 2018 via ConvergeBlog

Prior to traveling internationally, it is best practice for individuals to visit a travel medicine specialist at least four to six weeks before their departure date to ensure that there is enough time to develop immunity from vaccines and ensure that any medications have enough time to become effective. However, many travelers do not have notice of a trip that far in advance. For last-minute travelers, a visit to their travel medicine specialist is still imperative. However, some vaccinations may not be effective prior to departure, making basic health precautions even more important.

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Travel Advisors Warn U.S. Clients to Get Ready for Real ID Deadline

December 11, 2018 via Skift
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Starwood Data Breach Boosts Case for Security Contract Terms & for Virtual Cards

December 10, 2018 via Business Travel News

Against the rising tide of data breaches, corporate travel managers are seeking ways to help protect the personal and financial information of their companies' travelers moving forward.
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Risk Management Out Of Step With Needs Of The Modern Workforce
November 15, 2018 via International SOS

The latest edition of the award-winning ‘TRAVEL RISK MAP’ for 2019 has been launched today. Produced by International SOS and Control Risks, two of the world’s leading risk specialists, it reveals the latest medical and security risk ratings of destinations worldwide.

...Sally Napper, Security Specialist at International SOS and Control Risks commented: "Almost half of decision makers believe that travel risks will increase next year. Our research reveals that the evolving travel habits of the modern workforce are being overlooked by many organisations...."
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