What do I need?
What do I need?
Southeast Asia & Oceana are stunning destinations with wonderful opportunities for memorable holidays right on our doorstep. Whether for holidays or work, you’ll need to plan for a healthy stay.
You’ll normally need Hepatitis A vaccination with or without Typhoid as a combined needle.
Consider Hepatitis B vaccine & possibly Rabies.
Japanese Encephalitis is most commonly found in South East Asia. Pigs and some birds are the natural reservoir. The Mozzie bite is the mode of transmission. So the condition is common in areas where there’s standing water such as Paddy fields.
Well-developed countries in The Far East like Singapore or Hong Kong low-risk countries. Even so, Protection against Hepatitis A is usually recommended.
It surprises may people that the CDC recommend Hepatitis A for many of these countries.
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India & Nepal are frequently visited by Australians. Whether visiting family or on an overseas adventure, you should ensure you are immunised against preventable illnesses.
The main health threats for a visit to India are Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Rabies & Traveller’s Diarrhoea.
Western Europe is a low-risk destination in terms of travel health. Hepatitis A does circulate in Eastern Europe.Discuss medication for jet lag with The Travel Doctor.
Travel Vaccinations should be considered for parts of Eastern Europe & Russia.
Central & South America Itineraries may be complex!Please submit your travel plan to us before your appointment.
Typically, you’ll “need” Hepatitis A & Typhoid. Consider Rabies, Yellow Fever & Malaria.
South Africa is a common destination for visiting friends, family & holidays. Other African Countries require detailed advice so please submit your travel plan to us before your appointment.
Usually, you’ll “need” Hepatitis A, Typhoid. Anti-malarials are normally required. Consider requirement for Yellow Fever vaccination. Consider risk of Rabies.