Tourism Fiji issues typhoid advisory
Published on May 31, 2010
Tourism Fiji has advised there is no cause for alarm following the report of some cases of typhoid in the remote Navosa province, on the island of Viti Levu. The national tourist office’s CEO, Josefa Tuamoto, said the region is located more than 50km away from any of the destination’s main tourism belts. However Tuamoto said anyone visiting the isolated area should heed the local medical authority’s advice and only drink bottled water.
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