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Health Advice
  • Before you embark on your journey – prepare yourself.
  • Are you travelling with children / infants? If so, do they need any specific medication or vaccinations?
  • Check for latest information on prevalent diseases/infections and if you are a transit passenger, be aware of the diseases and infections that are associated with the destination.
  • Before leaving for India, it would be advisable to consult a qualified medical professional regarding appropriate precautionary measure.

Some of the common vaccinations.

  • Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, Polio, Yellow Fever vaccination (for travelers arriving from or transiting through any yellow-fever-infected area.
  • Japanese Encephalitis :
    This vaccine is recommended for foreign travelers staying in India for more than 1 month and traveling to rural areas.
  • Rabies :
    For instances of animal bites.
  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR):
    Visitors born after 1956 who have not been vaccinated should take two doses.
  • Tetanus-Diphtheria :
    A revaccination is taken every 10 years.
  • Diarrhea :
    It is advised to carry oral re-hydration salts, as well as anti-diarrhea medicine.
  • Malaria :
    It is quite common, except in high altitudes. Your physician can advise you about anti-malarial medication.
  • Besides vaccinations, there are other preventive measures which would ensure a healthy journey:
  • Indulging in street food is best avoided,including fresh juices, salads and fruits.
  • Always drink from sealed water bottles
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