Vaccines required for Vietnam. You do not need vaccinations to travel to Vietnam, nor requires the immunization record. The World Health Organization recommends several vaccines.

Vaccines required for Vietnam

To travel to Vietnam is not required to be vaccinated, nor is there a list of vaccines required for access to Vietnam.
Contrary to what happens in other countries, to access to Vietnam the immunization record is not required.

Tips on vaccinations for travel to Vietnam

As a general rule, we will say that unless they will visit areas of forest or staying in wetlands (such as for example, the mekong delta) is not necessary vaccinations.

WHO recommendations

By the World Health Organization recommends caution for all Southeast Asia travel vaccines:
  • hepatitis A
  • hepatitis B
  • tetanus
  • rubella
  • measles
  • mumps
  • diphtheria
  • typhoid

There are people who are vaccinated against cholera, dengue fever and also take the vaccine against malaria (malarone) as a precaution.

If you have daily vaccination, primer we put almost all of these vaccines.

This is the list of vaccination centers in Spain: Vaccination Centers.

Malaria vaccine in Vietnam

With regard to malaria, the malarone is a preventive treatment, high price, with many side effects. Best to consult a physician if necessary the malaria vaccine or not, since it depends on the length of travel, the target area, the climate and the type of mosquito that is in the area.

Other Southeast Asian countries

Advice should be sought, in the case of travel by more countries in Southeast Asia, if needed yellow fever vaccine.

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