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- Health professionals say people with chronic illnesses can travel safely by taking extra precautions.
- Always wear a mask, preferably a KN95 or N95, she says, especially on airplanes and around other people.
- You should have a list of your medications and dosages (in different languages), in case you lose them or need to go to a hospital outside of your network.
The last 20 months have changed almost every aspect of everyday life. And if you have a chronic health condition and are planning to travel, you need to take extra precautions to protect yourself even more.
We asked health experts for advice on how those living with chronic conditions can plan ahead and stay safe. So if you are visiting relatives or friends for the holidays, or if you have just planned a long-awaited trip, here is how you can safely enjoy a reunion with your loved ones and your pent-up travel urge. .
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