|Infectious Disease & Visa Application
Sep 18, 2013
I am due to start work in an African country that requires a statement from a GP to say that I do not suffer from any infectious disease. If a Doctor were to issue a statement as such how would the country Embassy check to ensure this is true or would they take the letter, signed etc at face value?
| Response from Mr. Chambers
The answer really depends on what country you are going to. This site will give you information. Scroll down to: "Restrictions on Traveling with HIV/AIDS" to see what is required/permitted by country.
Good luck, Jacques This site
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