Tips and recommendations for healthy travel to top destinations
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Yellow Fever, Japanese Encephalitis and Typhoid – Last year 4.2 million people traveled out of our Eppley Airport. People travel from our great state of Nebraska for many reasons, a large percentage are travelling internationally. In certain areas of the world, it is required to have a Yellow Fever Immunization for entry. If you have an international trip planned, be sure to see one of our Nebraska Travel Consultants to make sure you are adequately prepared for your destination.
Anthrax – Many service men and women, like those from Offutt Air Force Base, and military contractors must have this vaccine. The anthrax vaccine is very hard to find and Passport Health Nebraska has it in stock today.
Hepatitis A – Nebraska has many missionary, church, and other service organizations which plan international volunteer missions abroad. If you are going overseas for volunteerism, tourism or business, be sure you are protected against easily transmitted disease like Hepatitis A. Hepatitis A can be transmitted via contaminated food and water. An estimated 1.4 million cases of hepatitis A occur annually around the world. Hepatitis A is TOTALLY PREVENTABLE by getting immunized.
Hepatitis B, TB Testing, Meningitis & MMR Vaccine – Going to the University of Nebraska? Be aware the state has specific requirements for persons attending school, working for food service, child care, and many other industries. Many employers and schools require TB test, Meningitis and/or Hepatitis Vaccinations to be complete before entry/employment. Passport Health Nebraska can help. Same day appointments in most cases!
Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis – Nebraska is the latest state to show a surge in pertussis, or whooping cough, cases, while national totals continue to rise. Whooping Cough is a highly contagious bacterial disease affecting all ages, spreads through coughing and sneezing and can be fatal for babies. This disease is preventable through proper vaccination. Protect your family by getting vaccinated.
Influenza (The Flu) – The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services recommends a flu vaccination every year. Passport Health Nebraska makes it easy with corporate flu clinics and availability. Would you like to have us vaccinate at your workplace? Please call today.
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