Almost all countries allow you to visit, but the Gulf countries in the Middle East will not allow you to work, Malaysia will not allow you to study. Check with the countries concern, always protest if they disallow you, otherwise nothing will change.
you can go to other countries and work there bec hep b is not like hepa A that can be easily transfer from one person to another... what employers usually ask is that you sign a waiver that any illness related to a liver prob will not be shoulderd by them jst in case you need traetment but definitely you can work like a healthy person
IM A FILIPINO AND IM CURRENTLY IN DUBAI, and Im very much sure that Hepa B carriers wont be a problem here for as long as you dont belong to what they called 6 categories (food, medical etc), Im already more than 8 months here, and working in an IT field.
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