Whether you’re traveling to Asia, Europe, or somewhere in between, chances are you’ll need several vaccines to ward off potential diseases. It’s important to book your pre-travel health consultation as soon as you discover your travel plans, as most vaccines will only begin their effectiveness 10-14 days after the inoculation.
Rich in culture, cuisine, and architecture, there’s a never-ending supply of things to see and do across the Asian landscape. But sightseeing and food sampling in many Asian countries could lead to exposure of diseases your body isn’t prepared to combat.
Our doctors may recommend one or more of the following vaccines:
Commonly transmitted through contaminated food or close encounter with an infected person
A trip to Africa guarantees rich cultural experiences in a variety of landscapes and terrains. But some of the deadliest diseases known to mankind, such as Ebola and malaria, are harbored on this continent. Depending on where you’re traveling in Africa, your doctor might recommend the following:
Even in well-developed countries, such as the United States and most of Europe, contracting a harmful or deadly disease remains plausible. To reduce your chances of becoming ill, you may need to ensure you’re up-to-date on your current vaccines:
Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR)
Measles outbreaks have increased in Europe over the past decade, and you’ll want to ensure you’re well-guarded
We’re an established medical clinic that’s been serving this community since 2005. Our goal is to help you take control of your and your family’s well-being at home and abroad. We’re located in the heart of downtown Montreal, across the street from Guy metro.
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