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The Truth About Travel Safety During The Coronavirus Outbreak.

The novel coronavirus (also known as COVID 19 or 2019 nCoV) that originated in Wuhan China is one of the biggest public health emergencies that has emerged in recent years, and has had a significant impact on the travel industry and traveller confidence in the early months of 2020, but what is the truth about the coronavirus outbreak? What are the facts and what is just media scaremongering? Are travellers really at risk from coronavirus or is it just media hysteria?

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Coronavirus. What Is It And How Will It Affect Travel?

A Coronavirus outbreak that started in Wuhan, China, has been slowly spreading throughout Asia, south east Asia and parts of the Middle East, with experts fearing it may spread worldwide. But what is Coronavirus exactly and how will the Coronavirus outbreak affect your travels?

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