Heavily populated or crowded areas, such as cities and busy metro areas, are especially susceptible to the spreading virus – and travel hubs only serve as a convenient place for it to hitch a ride to a new destination.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that if you “are sick with symptoms of influenza-like illness,” you should stay home and not travel. Additionally, the CDC says to stay home until at least 24 hours have passed since your last fever broke without the use of fever reducing medicine.
To help you decide whether or not you should purchase travel insurance with your flight tickets this flu season, Squaremouth, a travel insurance comparison engine, has made a list of considerations travelers should take into account.
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