1. Pack a first aid kit. You never know when you might need some of the essentials, from hand sanitizer to bandaids to over-the-counter medicines.
2. Keep health information handy. Always travel with your insurance card, bring necessary prescriptions, and keep important items on your person.
3. Get as much sleep as you can. Your body will be tired from travel, so try your best to get as much rest and relaxation in as possible.
4. Avoid spreading germs by washing your hands consistently or using hand sanitizer.
5. Find the best care if you do get sick. Plan ahead by checking out local doctors that take your insurance. This will save you extra expenses that an urgent care or emergency room would rack up.
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