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New Advice for Travellers Visiting the UK, EU or EEA in the Event of a No-Deal Exit

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Author: Myra Cecilia Azzopardi
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CAB Spain have avoided publishing most no deal scenarios. Due to the importance of the mention of the EHIC and the S1,  so  that UK nationals can be prepared. 
Published 28 January 2019 From: The Department of Health and Social Care.

The government has published its latest advice for people travelling to the UK, European Union, European Economic Area or Switzerland after 29 March 2019.

In addition, UK nationals should follow current advice from the government which recommends travellers take out separate travel insurance to cover any healthcare requirements needed in any country within the EU or outside. This is particularly advisable for travellers with a pre-existing or long-term health condition.

There is also further guidance for UK nationals living or working in the EU.

The new advice encourages citizens to register for access to healthcare in the EU/EEA country they live in, as some residents may need to be a long-term resident or pay social security contributions to access free or discounted healthcare.

If a resident is in the process of applying for residency the advice suggests individuals take out separate health insurance.

For residents who use the S1 certificate, this may no longer be valid after 29 March 2019. The advice is to check what the latest healthcare arrangements are between the UK and the country British nationals currently live in.

Until further agreements are reached between the UK and individual EU member states, the government advises UK citizens to follow this latest guidance to ensure they are fully prepared for any unexpected healthcare requirements overseas.

Please note: The information provided is based upon our understanding of current legislation. It is not legal advice but is provided freely to enable you to be properly informed. We recommend that if you are considering taking action, you should seek professional advice.

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