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Welcome to The Travel Clinic Ltd, specialists in travel health and immunisations in Cambridge and Ipswich. We have over 100 years cumulative experience in travel vaccines and preventing sickness abroad abroad. Our detailed and specialist advise is provided by a member of our very experienced nursing team.

We are members of the International Society of Travel Medicine,
A purpose-built clinic, staffed with dedicated professionals who are capable of dealing with complex itineraries for families, students, businessmen and women, will give you the confidence that your travel will be as healthy and safe as possible., not only giving travel vaccinations; but also detailed advice on such things as avoiding malaria and other mosquito borne diseases will be included. 
Our Cambridge and Ipswich branches are also registered Yellow Fever Vaccination Centres. 

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As a client of The Travel Clinic Ltd, you will receive a personal 30-minute consultation which will enable the nurse to confidently assess your unique risks and offer advice to suit your itinerary. As healthcare professionals, we ensure that we do thorough assessments of any current medical conditions that could affect your trip before giving vaccines and advice.

We offer a full range of travel medicine and travel vaccinations but remember 'We are not just a vaccination service'.
 
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On 13 May 2015, the National IHR Focal Point of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) notified WHO of 1 additional case of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection.

A 29-year-old, non-national male from Abu Dhabi tested positive for MERS-CoV on 12 May. The patient works as a truck driver and frequently transports camels from Oman to UAE. He travelled to Ibri city, Oman on 6 May and transported camels to Abu Dhabi on 9 May. As part of the national policy of testing all imported camels for MERS-CoV, on 9 May, laboratory examinations were carried out on the camels that the truck driver was transporting. The animals tested positive for MERS-CoV on 10 May. This triggered an investigation of the truck driver, which started on the same day. Following hospital admission, the patient tested positive for MERS-CoV on 12 May. He was asymptomatic at the time of laboratory testing. The patient has no comorbidities and no history of exposure to other known risk actors in the 14 days prior to detection. Currently, he is asymptomatic in a negative pressure room on a ward.
From 1 January to 12 May 2015, Niger’s Ministry of Public Health notified WHO of 6,179 suspected cases of meningococcal meningitis, including 423 deaths. This is a rapidly growing outbreak with some unprecedented features.

Suspected cases have been increasing very quickly, tripling over the last two weeks. This is the first large-scale meningitis outbreak caused by Neisseria meningitides serogroup C to hit any country in Africa’s meningitis belt.
On 12 May 2015, WHO received notification of a laboratory-confirmed case of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in Italy. This is the first EVD case to be detected on Italian soil.

The patient is a healthcare worker who has returned from volunteering at an Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone. The patient flew from Freetown to Rome via Casablanca, Morocco on 7May. The arrival of the case had been communicated to the Ministry of Health, according to the health surveillance procedures in force since October 2014 for individuals coming back from Ebola affected countries in West Africa. At the arrival in Rome, the case displayed no symptoms of infectious Ebola.
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WHA reaches agreement on polio, International Health Regulations and strengthening surgical care
WHO Director-General and WHA President present annual public health awards
World Health Assembly agrees Global Malaria Strategy and Programme Budget 2016-17
Sixty-eighth World Health Assembly opens in Geneva
Rapidly growing outbreak of meningococcal disease in Niger
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