Health Precautions And Other Related Information
tourists should carry their Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate
conforming to International Health Regulation, if they originate or are
transiting through Yellow Fever endemic countries.
dengue fever, dysentery, hepatitis, malaria, meningitis (trekking areas
only) and typhoid.Travellers with respiratory ailments may wish to take
and travellers coming from the United States, Canada, or the United
Kingdom, do not require any vaccination certificate or innoculations.
Though normally an International Health Certificate is not asked for by
immigration officials, its better to carry one.It contains valuable
information incase one needs medical attention.
precautionary measure vaccination against Hepatitis B is recommended,
if staying for a longer duration.To avoid Malaria, Dengue, carrying
mosquito repellents, nets, clothes covering the body and using sprays
against insects in rooms is sufficient. A first aid kit carrying
adhesive bandages, thermometer, water-purification tablets,
antibiotics, antiseptic creams and mosquito repellents is advisable.
Drinking only mineral or boiled water curbs down the chances of stomach
ailments, thus whenever going out carrying a bottle always comes
handy.This will also keep dehydration at bay. If in doubt, one can take
a salt-sugar solution 1/2 tsp. salt and 4 tbsp. in one litre of water