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It is in the interest of the management of Depromat Consulting Ltd to ensure all international delegates are safe and protected until returned to home country. All delegates are advised to budget appropriately for any medical contingency that may arise. We strongly recommend that all our delegates purchase an international health and accident insurance cover from their local travel agents, where they will be purchasing their air ticket or from any appropriate insurance company. Depromat is NOT and shall NOT be responsible for a delegate’s health cover, loss of life, accident, illness or loss of property, theft or any other circumstantial eventuality.  << Read more >>
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  • Severe illness or injury in a foreign country may result in a financial burden on travellers.
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Yellow fever is common in sub-Saharan Africa (where it is endemic). Many countries that do not require yellow fever vaccination for entry do require proof of the yellow fever vaccine if coming from an infected region. Delegates must ensure that they have valid International Vaccination (yellow) Card. Read more…
Yellow fever vaccination is carried out for two different purposes:
  1. To protect individual travellers who may be exposed to yellow fever infection.
  2. To prevent the international spread of the disease by protecting countries from the risk of importing or spreading the yellow fever virus.
Countries requiring yellow fever vaccination for entry do so in accordance with the International Health Regulations. Country requirements are subject to change at any time. Updates can be found at: http://www.who.int
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