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What kind of vaccinations do you need a traveler

Anything can happen on a journey: you can meet not only interesting people, get acquainted with a new culture and visit amazing places, but also meet with yellow fever or malaria. To give your trip only pleasant meetings, we recommend preparing for it in advance. How exactly, read the new article AvesTravel.
When and where to get vaccinated
Vaccination must be done at least three weeks before departure: during this time the body will have time to form an immune defense. Vaccinations against some diseases are done in several stages: in this case, at least 30 days should pass between them, and then preparation for the trip should begin at least 2-3 months.
In some cases, vaccinations against various diseases can be combined and made on the same day. Check this information with your doctor. There, in the clinic, they will tell you whether there is a state (free) vaccine available. If you do not need vaccinations, you can buy it yourself at the pharmacy, bring it to the clinic, and they will do it for you.
What diseases must be vaccinated
Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection that affects internal organs and the gastrointestinal tract. Infection occurs through food and water. Vaccination is recommended for all travelers on the planet.
Rabies is a virus that attacks the nervous system, causing encephalitis. Carriers are infected animals. Vaccination is recommended if you plan to go to African, Asian, South American or Central American countries.
Hepatitis B is a virus that infects the liver. It is transported through blood and biological fluids (medical procedures, unprotected sex). Vaccination against hepatitis B is recommended for all trips lasting more than six months.
Hepatitis A is a virus that affects the gastrointestinal tract. Carry through food and water. Vaccination is recommended for all travelers on the planet.
Yellow fever is a virus that affects the kidneys and the liver. It leads to severe intoxication and is tolerated by mosquitoes. Vaccination is recommended when planning a trip to African, Asian, South American or Central American countries. Be sure to take root from yellow fever to departure to Angola, Central African Republic, Guiana, Togo, Benin, Sierra Leone, Cote d’Ivoire, Rwanda, Burkina Faso, Reunion and Sao Tome, Burundi, Principe, Gabon, Niger , Liberia, Ghana, Fr. Mayot, Congo, Mauritius, Cameroon, Mali. Vaccination is done 10 days before the trip and gives immunity for 10 years.
Diphtheria is a bacterial infection affecting the bronchi, larynx, oropharynx. May cause severe intoxication and edema. It is transferred by airborne droplets. Vaccination is recommended for all travelers on the planet.
Tick-borne encephalitis is a virus that affects the spinal cord and brain. Causes severe intoxication. Carriers are ticks. Vaccination is recommended before traveling to Russia or Belarus and is carried out in two stages: two months before departure, the first vaccine, the second – a month.
Malaria is caused by Plasmodium bacteria that infect the spleen and liver. Causes severe intoxication, tolerated by mosquitoes. There is no prophylactic vaccination for this disease, but there are medications that help not to get sick. The course of administration and dosage depend on where you are going. Find out the details you need if you are traveling to African, Asian, Central or South American countries.
Meningococcal infection is a bacterium that causes inflammation in the membranes of the brain. It leads to severe intoxication and is carried by airborne droplets. It is recommended to be vaccinated when planning a trip to African countries, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, Myanmar, and India.
Tetanus is a bacterial infection that affects the nervous system and causes severe seizures. It is transferred by contact: through scratches, wounds, etc. Vaccination is recommended for all travelers on the planet.
Japanese encephalitis is a virus that infects the lining of the brain and the brain itself. The vectors are mosquitoes. Vaccination against this disease is recommended when planning a trip to Japan, Pakistan, China, Bhutan, South Korea, Maldives, Myanmar, Vietnam, Brunei, Bali, India, Iraq, Iran, Cambodia, Kuwait, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand , Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines.
Protect yourself and your loved ones from unexpected encounters, and let your journey bring only positive emotions!

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