It is recommended that international passengers seek a pre-travel medical examination and advice on vaccinations, safety precautions and information on the current situation at the destination, before and for the duration of the trip. Air travel may have physical or psychological effects: stress, abdominal distension, ear pain, sinus congestion, leg swelling, body ache, airsickness, jet lag and, in rare cases, deep vein thrombosis. Patients with insulin should inform the airline before departure and carry with them a medical certificate in English for bringing syringes and needles on board. Trans-meridian flights through multiple time zones on long-haul routes can cause sleeping difficulties stemming from biological clock and circadian rhythm disorder. Elderly passengers, passengers traveling on night flights and eastward tend to be more sensitive to jet lag.
Thai babies given tiny face shields to wear for protection against coronavirus
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This 1-month-old Thai baby recovered from coronavirus. There's still hope.
Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. Newborn babies in Thailand are being given miniature face shields to wear for protection against the novel coronavirus. Babies born at a hospital in Thailand are being fitted with special masks to keep them safe from catching COVID , the disease caused by the virus. The masks will not be worn all the time by the newborns.
By Juarawee Kittisilpa. A nurse poses for a picture with a one-month-old Thai baby, the country's youngest coronavirus disease COVID patient that has successfully recovered, a day before being discharged from Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute in Bangkok, Thailand April 22, BANGKOK Reuters - A one-month-old Thai baby, the country's youngest coronavirus patient, has successfully recovered from the illness thanks to a team of medics and the use of a cocktail of antiviral drugs, a doctor said on Wednesday.