Hepatitis A Vaccination (Paediatric)

Hepatitis A is a viral liver infection typically transmitted through contaminated food or water, endemic in regions with inadequate sanitation and limited access to safe food and water. Vaccination is recommended at least two weeks before travel, with the course consisting of one dose.

Meningitis B Vaccination

Meningitis B is caused by bacteria transmitted through coughing, sneezing, and kissing. It can lead to severe complications. The vaccination course typically involves two to four doses, varying based on age.

Cholera Vaccination

The cholera vaccine is administered orally in two doses, spaced at least 7 days apart. It’s important to complete the full course at least one week before travelling abroad to ensure protection.