Holidays In South America Without Vaccination

What precautions to take are travel to exotic countries require above all the necessary vaccinations. Finally the disease risk is kept low and the holiday will be an unforgettable experience. In South America, in particular tourists in the obligation where there are country-specific recommendations are available. The timely response to the family doctor is important, because often only multiple injections make up the complete protection. Who also thinks of a well equipped first-aid kit, can go safely on the plane.

The Internet portal informs about the various precautionary measures. At first glance when planning a trip to South America should apply the vaccination certificate. Important, especially the standard vaccinations are diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox and polio. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out These must be up to date and, where appropriate, be refreshed. Still, vaccination against hepatitis A and B is recommended in all countries of South America. Should an immunization against yellow fever when traveling ( travel/flat rate) are made by Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela. In French Guiana, it is generally mandatory. Against the infectious disease typhus, prophylactic vaccination can provide partial protection.

Rabid animals in rural areas form a contagion risk from the usually fatal viral infection should not be underestimated. Therefore advises the portal of individual travellers on vaccination, although it is very expensive. Business travellers or city tourists can, however, waive the immunization. A comprehensive travel kit, which should be particularly abundant equipped for South America is indispensable for any travel. Many diseases, against which no vaccination is possible threatening namely malaria, dengue fever and diarrhea. More information: contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59