The CDC recommends that you are up to date on all of these routine vaccines before any trip, regardless of location.
Some of these vaccines include:
It is recommended that all travelers be up to date with their COVID-19 Vaccine, whether it be first, second, or booster shots.
The CDC recommends cholera vaccination for adults traveling to areas of active cholera transmission. Please call for more details.
The CDC recommends the Hepatitis A vaccination to travelers of all ages. Please call for specifics.
The CDC recommends the Hepatitis B vaccination to travelers of all ages.
It is highly recommended that you take prescription medication for Malaria when traveling to many countries. Reference the above map to verify.
The CDC recommends a dose of the MMR Vaccine to infants from 6 to 11 months that are traveling.
The CDC recommends Polio Vaccines in booster doses to adults who received their initial shot as a child. The series is recommended for those that are unvaccinated or do not know their vaccination status.
A Rabies vaccine would be necessary if you were planning to be around dogs or wildlife. Rabid dogs are common in many countries. Reference the above map to verify.
The Typhoid Vaccine is recommended to the majority of travelers.
9 months or older, traveling to Africa or South America