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World risk map: travel intelligence: a traveler's guide to security and health risks around the world
- Pinkerton Global Intelligence
- [Arlington, VA] : Pinkerton Global Intelligence, 1999.
- World map color coded to show comparative risks to travellers in different countries. " ... The information and risk levels on this map is current as of August 1, 1999. ..." Ancillary maps: Typhoid fever -- Malaria -- Yellow fever -- Meningitis -- Hepatitis A -- Hepatitis B. Includes text and inset of "Balkan region." Verso: Directory of foreign embassies in the United States. Charts indicating required documentation, immunization and security concerns by country." "Travel Intelligence"--Panel. Copyright: 1999 Map Link, Inc. Map Link. Pinkerton Global Intelligence. Inset map: "Balkan region." Ancillary maps: Typhoid fever, Malaria, Yellow Fever, Meningitis, Hepatitis A. Verso: Directory of foreign embassies in the United States. Charts indicating required documentation, immunization and security concerns by country."For a web listing of U.S. embassies and consulates overseas: www.state.gov/www/regions_missions.html.
- World maps, Health risk communication—Maps, Terrorism risk communication—Maps, World—Maps, and Tourism
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