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information on travel

 

Being HIV-positive can mean that you need to make detailed plans before travelling. This section provides some general information on how to find out whether a country puts restrictions on entry for people with HIV, and if so, how to deal with these, as well as on travel insurance, vaccinations and receiving medical treatment away from home. Please click on the adjacent button for further information. Details are in Acrobat PDF.

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