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October 23, 2014 Corporate No Comments Email Email

Australia – Sydney – World Business Travel in association with e-Travel Technologies Inc, a leading provider of travel risk management services to the travel industry, today announced as a public service, a web based Ebola Travel Alerts information service for international travellers.

Peter Thomas, Director of Sales, World Business Travel said “We have been using e-Travel Technologies for some years now, providing our clients with up to date international security alerts and now pleased to provide access to Ebola Alerts Information from our website  Ebola is a concern for all travellers and by providing this new service will assist our clients in their travel plans”.

Donald Churchill, president, e-Travel Technologies Inc, stated, “as we have been reporting Travel Alerts since the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, there is now a demonstrated need for a single source of Ebola information for international travellers to make informed decisions prior to committing to travelling to any destination,” adding, “as demonstrated by Wolf Blitzer reporting that CNN was being contacted by European travellers asking if it was safe to travel to the U.S.”

With Ebola Travel Alerts being added to our databases 24/7, travellers will be able to search for the most recent Alerts by country, with additional links to WHO, CDC and other Ebola related information sources.

Churchill concluded, “With the rapidly increasing reports of isolated, quarantined and infected patients, and a multitude of preventative initiatives, we are confident that this service will make a significant contribution to travelling safely and with confidence.”

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