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China – Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (Updated )
Following the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus in China we are continuing to monitor the situation on a daily basis.
On the 30th January 2020 the WHO declared a global health emergency following the outbreak of the Coronavirus in China. The UK government continue to maintain their advice against all non-essential travel to mainland China and all travel to Hubei Province, this advice excludes Hong Kong and Macao where the travel advice remains unchanged.
Titan Travel have taken the decision not to operate any of our mainland China tours up until the end of May 2020 and our team are making contact with clients booked over this period to discuss their options. From the 1st June 2020 to 31st August 2020 Titan Travel do not have any tours planned for departure however for tours departing from the 1st September 2020 we will continue to monitor the situation but these tours are currently planned to operate as normal.
In addition the virus has been reported in numerous other countries. We will continue to follow any changes to the advice provided by the UK government for affected countries or regions.
We can assure valued clients that whilst the UK government advice remains in place against travel to mainland China we will not be departing tours and are committed to protecting the safety and security of our clients which remains our overwhelming priority. If the UK government travel advice changes to ‘against travel’ or ‘all but essential travel’ for any other country due to the Coronavirus we will apply the same measures.
As this remains a fluid situation we would recommend you return to this page for regular updates on our position and any changes to the FCO advice.
Australian Bush Fires
We are aware of the bush fires in Australia and at the moment all itineraries are operating as planned. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will contact passengers if we need to make any changes to their itinerary.
For more information you can view gov.uk travel advice.
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Immunisation requirements can change without notice and inoculations/precautions can be specified as a condition of entry, or just as an advisable precaution only. We will advise you of any destinations that stipulate compulsory inoculations as a condition of entry.
For other immunisations, local conditions are subject to change and we strongly suggest that you consult your GP or one of the specialist vaccination centres for more detailed and current information at your time of travel.
The Department of Health also offers travellers health advice on www.travelhealthpro.org.uk, www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk or www.dh.gov.uk/travellers. Further travel health advice can also be found on www.nathnac.org. It is essential that you have comprehensive insurance that covers you for any medical treatment or repatriation costs whilst on tour.