Picture this: You arrive in a different country on an important business trip. You take a taxi to your hotel, settle into your room comfortably, and suddenly, disaster strikes. You could not have seen it coming, but for now, you find yourself stranded in the middle of a critical situation in an unknown country.
The recent surge of yellow fever cases in South America has become a headache for business travelers. Travel managers must stay well informed about new immunization requirements being imposed by certain countries in the region. Travelers may have boarding or immigration entry denied if they do not comply with these new yellow fever requirements.