As countries and regions continue to impose global travel restrictions, this has resulted in significant business and logistical challenges around the world.
Responding to a significant epidemic such as Ebola or COVID-19 requires a whole business response, where health issues are both a factor in non-health decisions but also a response in its own right.
Relate bracelets partnered with International SOS six years ago; and since then – we have raised more than R600,000 ($43,000) for malaria prevention and social upliftment. Equating to approximately 16,200 mosquito nets and the protection of 32,400 lives.
Liliana Martinez, International SOS Security Manager, sheds light on Ethiopia's Tigray crisis and what it means for the country's travel risk.
Christmas can be a time when feelings of loneliness, experiences of conflict and financial challenges are heightened. Discover some useful hints and tips to help you protect and promote your mental health and wellbeing this Christmas.
This year has been quite the storm with COVID-19, which has caused many challenges, including for people living with diabetes.
The United States general elections are some of the most fraught in the country’s history. This blog highlights best practices for addressing concerns about protests and safe voting practices on the day.
As polls in Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Niger and others approach in the coming weeks and months, it is necessary to monitor developments and identify local triggers for unrest and instability in both the short and long term.
Although the outbreaks of COVID-19 appear to be increasing in size, why does the death rate appear to be falling? Dr Dominique Eggermont, International SOS Medical Director, shares his insights.
The ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic continues to send ripples around the globe. International SOS doctors are on hand to provide on-the-ground insights in Europe.