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Anthrax – Many service men and women, like those from Mountain Air Force Base, and military contractors must have this vaccine. The anthrax vaccine is very hard to find and Passport Health Idaho has it in stock today.
Hepatitis A – Last year the Idaho Central District Health Department (CDHD) put out a warning to all Boise residence that a restaurant on North Milwaukee Road in Boise had and employee with hepatitis A. Hepatitis A is transmitted via contaminated food/water or from direct contact from a person infected. Tens of millions of people are infected each year!
Hepatitis B – Did you know the state of Idaho does NOT regulate Tattoo parlors. The Hepatitis B virus is caused by exposure to infectious blood or body fluids. The CDC recommends Hepatitis B for travel and for routine immunizations. Hepatitis has infected 1 out of 3 people in the world. Don’t be a statistic!
Influenza (The Flu) -The Idaho Division of Public Health recommends a flu vaccination every year. Passport Health Idaho makes it easy with corporate flu clinics and easy availability. Would you like to have us vaccinate at your workplace? Please call today.
TB Testing/Meningitis & MMR Vaccine – Going to Bosie State? Many colleges require TB test and Meningitis Vaccination to be complete before entry. Passport Health Idaho can help. Same day appointments in most cases!
Yellow Fever, Japanese Encephalitis and Typhoid – Certain parts of the world require special immunizations. In Ada County there are very few providers who keep these hard to find, and critical vaccines in stock. Passport Health has you covered. We have all travel vaccines recommended by the CDC in stock today.
Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis – According to Idaho’s Department of Health and Welfare, as of April there have been 21 reported cases of Whooping Cough in Ada County. Whooping cough is It’s a highly contagious bacterial disease affecting all ages and spreads through coughing and sneezing. It can be fatal for babies because their immune system is not fully developed.
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