Here is a an interesting travel medicine post regarding vaccinations taken by a US scientist traveling to Tanzania. Many Indians appear skeptical about the need for these vaccinations, but most Westerners take it quite seriously. I always urge all travelers coming to me to not only complete the recommended vaccinations, but consider taking Malaria prophylaxis, […]
Updated: July 19, 2012 What is the Current Situation? An outbreak of rabies in dogs began in Bali, Indonesia, in November 2008. More than 100 people have died from rabies in Bali since the outbreak began. Human and animal rabies cases were confirmed near popular tourist destinations throughout the island during the outbreak. Efforts have […]
Yellow fever vaccines are required to visit some tropical countries. However, the vaccine is cultured in eggs. Last week I had two people who claimed to be “allergic to eggs” and had been refused vaccination by the Government Vaccination Center/ other private centers. They wanted to know if they could safely take the vaccine for […]
If you are travelling or transiting through areas that are infected with yellow fever, many countries require you to be vaccinated. A record of your vaccination must be entered and validated in your International Certificate of Vaccination. It is best to get the vaccination to make sure that you meet the varying entry requirements. For […]
We cannot & do not guarantee this. While this is a Universally Acceptable WHO Certificate of Vaccination, different embassies & officials in the same may have different views regarding the same. We provide the vaccination, the certification and all the necessary details regarding the same, on a best effort basis only.