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Vaccinations for foreign tourists traveling to India

If you are visiting India for the first time, you need to be stay extra safe. Below is a list of vaccinations recommended for you.

Hepatitis A:
Hepatitis is a condition of inflammation of the liver. It is usually caused by intake of contaminated water or improper hygiene. Foreign tourists can get themselves vaccinated for Hepatitis A before visiting India.

Hepatitis B:
Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B are closely-related diseases that occur due to infection caused by a virus. There are effective vaccinations available for Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B.

Typhoid is a severely contagious bacterial infection that spreads throughout the body. Foreign tourists can get a Typhoid vaccination done before traveling to India.

Yellow Fever:
Although Yellow Fever is not prevalent in India but as per the Government of India, if you are passing through infected areas like Africa then you may be a carrier of Yellow Fever. Hence, it is advised to get a vaccination for Yellow Fever prior visit.

Japanese Encephalitis:
Japanese Encephalitis is a mosquito-borne viral disease. A vaccination of Japanese Encephalitis is advisable for travelers visiting India for a time span of more than one month.

If you are traveling to India for activities like hiking, camping or adventure then it is suggested to yourself vaccinated for rabies to stay safe post animal contact.
The above list of vaccinations are totally safe and effective. If you are planning a visit to India soon then make sure you are well-vaccinated.