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Before going to Vietnam or any other tropical countries, we must prevent a number of diseases such as yellow fever, typhoid, cholera, and malaria. So being vaccinated when coming to Vietnam is very important.


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To know the vaccines you need to do and plan your trip: time, places, the way of traveling, etc. To prepare a trip, you should consider all situations: traveling with children, being pregnant women, suffering from a heart or lung disease or from a respiratory problem.

Vaccination: solutions to avoid diseases when traveling to Vietnam

Vietnam has four distinct regional climates. Therefore you should consult the health facility from where you live in order to know exactly what you need to do.

When traveling to Southeast Asian countries including Vietnam for more than 6 months, you will need to be vaccinated against hepatitis A, typhoid and hepatitis B. Think about it at least 4 weeks before departure. If you stay longer than a month or go to the countryside, we advise you get vaccinated against Japanese encephalitis and rabies and pay attention to what you eat to prevent diarrhea.

Pay special attention to prevent malaria when spending your holidays in Vietnam. Southeast Asian countries (Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Laos) are malaria-prone areas. Medicines to prevent malaria include atovaquone/proguanil, mefloquine, doxycycline, chloroquine, and proguanil.

Other possible infections? Diarrhea, respiratory infections, diseases related to heat or excessive moisture are possibilities when traveling to Vietnam. Do not forget to bring medicines for diarrhea, sea-sickness, allergies, analgesics and lotions containing hydrocortisone to relieve the itching caused by mosquitoes.

After returning, if you have a fever, stomach ache, sinusitis or anything related to any infections, please consult your doctor immediately.

New information about travel vaccinations for Vietnam

A report shows that from 1992 to 2002, no malaria epidemic has been reported in 11 countries including Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden, Great Britain and the United States but the disease has emerged from children who have traveled to countries where malaria epidemics were rampant.
WHO has launched a Health Act called IHR 2005. The main objective is to address the urgent problems of international health and international medical surveillance. In 2006, the WHO decided to implement the IHR as soon as influenza appeared. So you should advise your doctor to vaccinate you against avian flu before your stay in Vietnam.

Measles vaccination: measles vaccination usually consists of 2 phases. One to 15 months and the other to 5-6 years.

If you need to know about the symptoms of measles, complications of measles or measles vaccination tips, you should consult your family doctor before traveling to Vietnam




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