Typhoid Vaccination

Typhoid fever is a highly contagious and potentially deadly disease transmitted through contaminated food and water, especially prevalent in areas with poor sanitation. Vaccination should be given at least two weeks before travel.

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.