WEEKLY WORLD MEDICAL ALERT WEEK 19

Femeraid Air Rescue International Unit with Support of Special rescue Team Malta assesses on weekly basis all Health risk around the World and produces a summarized report for Knights and Dames of Our Sovereign Order and State.

These world medical alerts are compiled by Femeraid Air Rescue team with reliable information from WHO, CDC Atlanta and others. If a Knight or Dame requires more details about a particular risk or location and how to mitigate the risk, please contact our team through the details provided on last page, be safe out there…

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The humanitarian organisation of Knights of Malta (KMFAP), the FEMERAID International – Angola Unit continuously supports the Angolan Federation of Motorsports

The humanitarian organisation of the Sovereign Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta, Federation of the Autonomous Priories (KMFAP), the FEMERAID International – ANGOLA Unit gave free medical support to the FADM - the Angolan Federation of Motorsports during the organisation of their sport event, the III Grand Prix, which was held between 22-23 April 2017.

For the continuous free medical support to the Motorsports the FADM handed over a trophy to FEMERAID International as a token of recognition, and also sent a letter to Sir Dr. Nuno Cosmelli - Director of FEMERAID Angola for the regular assistance.

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Weekly World Medical Alert week 17-18th

 

These world medical alerts are compiled by Femeraid Air Rescue team with reliable information from WHO, CDC Atlanta and others. If a Knight or Dame requires more details about a particular risk or location and how to mitigate the risk, please contact our team through the details provided on last page, be safe out there…

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Weekly medical alerts femeraid air rescue international april 11-18
Brazil: Yellow fever outbreak Yellow fever risk areas continue to expand in Brazil, initiating broader vaccination recommendations in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo states in addition to other endemic risk areas. In this current outbreak, cases have been confirmed in the states of Espirito Santo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Suspected cases are also under investigation in the states of Bahia, Goias, Rio Grande do Norte and Tocantins. The Knights and Dames visiting any area at risk of yellow fever should be vaccinated at least ten days prior to arrival. People who have not been vaccinated against yellow fever should avoid risk areas within Brazil. In addition, some travellers to and from Brazil are required to show proof of vaccination to gain entry.
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