Travel Vaccinations

Every year more and more people are traveling internationally — for vacation, business,  volunteerism, school, and to visit friends and family. Whatever your reason for traveling, when it comes to your health and safety abroad, a person needs to be proactive, prepared, and protected. It is important to:

  • Know your destination and the international travel vaccinations that are required or recommended, as well as what illnesses you may be exposed to, etc.
  • Contact your doctor or medical provider. Don’t wait! It may take several weeks to get necessary vaccinations completed.
  • Take all your travel medications as prescribed!
  • Pack wisely! Make sure to be aware of where you are traveling to and what weather or work conditions you may be in.  

*Go to the CDC Travel Destinations page and select where you are traveling to get the most up to date health information about the area and what vaccines you’ll need!



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Travel Vaccinations and Diseases:

Routine vaccines for travelers may include:

  • Hepatitis A 
  • Hepatits B 
  • Japanese Encephalitis
  • Malaria (prevented with medications) 
  • Rabies 
  • Tetanus 
  • Typhoid
  • Yellow Fever

**Please call ahead to ensure ECHD has the vaccine you need in stock, and check with your insurance to see if they will cover the vaccines you need.

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