Passport Health gives vaccinations, advice to clients about to travel

Passport Health gives vaccinations, advice to clients about to travel

TORONTO — Ebola, measles, chikungunya; they are all fairly scary diseases that have been in the news lately for a variety of reasons.

Your clients should be aware of these illnesses and this is where Passport Health comes in.

Passport Health focuses on giving quality medical care and advice to travellers who are preparing to take the adventure of their lives and is polybagging its latest brochure in the Feb. 26 issue of Travelweek delivered to agencies in major population centres in Ontario.

“When travelling there is nothing worse than starting to feel ill, and a little prevention before going can help keep clients healthy and travelling like a pro,” says Passport Health. “If clients are travelling to some islands, there are some diseases to be aware of such as typhoid and hepatitis A, both of which can be avoided through vaccination. Statistics from various groups show that one day spent in a hotel room instead of having fun can cost a person as much as $400.”

As of now, Passport Health has seven clinics in Ontario ready to serve anyone looking to travel to even the most exotic locations. All clinics are designated Yellow Fever Centres endorsed by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Clients can contact Passport Health at 416-848-0996 or by visiting passporthealthglobal.com.