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It has been a year on since the Brexit vote and there are still lots of questions circulating as to what will be affected after Britain leaves the EU. A query that is on the minds of British travelers is regarding where the EHIC stands. For those who don’t know, The European Health Insurance Card is a medical card which can be used in the EU. It entitles you to medical cover while on your travels without the worry of paying any extra costs. If a particular country receives free treatment, then you will also get this benefit. Should anything […]
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Getting ill abroad can be a traumatic experience, especially if you don’t speak the language. While it’s important that you take the necessary precautions to avoid falling ill, it can’t always be helped and it is important that you are prepared for this situation should it occur. If you’re worried about falling ill, here is what you need to do: Travel Insurance & EHIC Medical help abroad can be expensive, which is why travel insurance is vital when on holiday. If you live in Europe you may be eligible for an EHIC card, which will provide you with basic coverage […]
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When it comes to travelling abroad there are a number of things that you will need to take into consideration. Firstly, you’re going to want to ensure that you have all of your boarding passes, hotel information, check-in details, any information about transfers that you may need and all of the information that you might need to keep handy to ensure that your holiday goes as smoothly as possible. Nevertheless, if you’re a citizen of the EU and you’re travelling to a European country, then you’re going to want to make sure that you have a European Health Insurance Card […]
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 and Why it Needs to Stay The Brexit referendum in June 2016 signaled the start of the divorce process between the European Union and the United Kingdom. While many say that the referendum does not mean anything until Article 50 has been triggered by the UK, which government executives say will commence in March 2017, the 52%-48% Leave vote sent shockwaves not only to the British Isles but also the rest of the world. While it is true that the divorce has not yet been initiated, the relationship is like marriage already on stormy waters. Unfortunately, one of the hapless […]
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