Yellow Fever in South America: Duty of Care Impact

Yellow Fever in South America: Duty of Care Impact

The current yellow fever outbreak in South America has reached a mortality rate of 33%, despite the fact that this disease is completely preventable for most people. The International Health Regulations, administered by the World Health Organization, include yellow fever. This means countries can enact, change, or otherwise enhance laws to protect their populations from disease.

Your organization’s Duty of Care obligations encompass your duty to inform, educate, and provide industry standard guidance on issues of life and safety – for all your people, while traveling or in their home location.

Join iJET Heath Intelligence Manager, Gabby Molinolo for a short update on the current yellow fever situation in Brazil and surrounding regions. We will discuss yellow fever cases and fatalities and the ever-growing restrictions accompanying the spread of this disease so that you can minimize impact to your people.

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