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No compulsory Inoculations are required if you are arriving from the United States, Canada or Europe. If you entering from Africa or parts of Latin America, certification of Yellow Fever Inoculation is required.

Although no vaccinations are required to go to India, Typhoid and Hepatitis A vaccinations are recommended

If you have diabetes, allergies, asthma or any condition that may require emergency care, always carry some identification (tag, bracelet or card) indicating so and prescriptions of the medicines. Preferably also carry a letter from your physician.
Bring personal medicines, especially if you have diabetes, asthma, allergies, or other disorders that require a regular intake of medicines.

Insect repellent: Take something DEET (dimethylphtalaat or n,n-diethylmetatoluamide) based, like the Swedish "Jungle Olja." Other preparations will just disappoint you. The World Health Organization recommends wearing anklets dipped in DEET insect repellent. Should be applied from dusk to dawn, when malaria mosquitoes bite the most. Reapply repellent when the weather is hot and you perspire more.
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Food and waterborne diseases are the number one cause of illness in travelers. Travelers' diarrhea can be caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites, which are found throughout the region and can contaminate food or water. Infections may cause diarrhea and vomiting (E. coli, Salmonella, cholera, and parasites), fever (typhoid fever and toxoplasmosis), or liver damage (hepatitis). Make sure your food and drinking water are safe.

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