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Travel Immunizations and Medicine

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What are travel immunizations?

Travel immunizations are required and/or recommended vaccines for employees that may be traveling to a specific destination with known illnesses or diseases. The required travel immunizations are decided by the destination country as a public health measure, and must be completed to gain entry into a country.  Recommended travel immunizations are meant to protect the individual traveler when there is a risk of acquiring a disease in the destination country.

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    Travel immunizations offered at Concentra

    Concentra’s travel health centers can provide the following travel immunizations:

    • Cholera vaccine
    • Japanese Encephalitis vaccine
    • Typhoid Oral and Injectable vaccine
    • Meningococcal vaccine
    • Measles/Mumps/Rubella
    • Varicella (Chicken Pox) vaccine
    • Polio vaccine
    • Pneumonia vaccine
    • Rabies vaccine
    • Yellow fever vaccine
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      What is travel medicine?

      Travel medicine is provided to the employee to keep them safe and healthy while traveling abroad. While vaccinations protect the employee from specific diseases, there are also a variety of common illnesses that can be spread as a result of traveling to another country. Your travel health physician may recommend antibiotics, antidiarrheal medicine, decongestants, mild laxatives, and more. Travel medicine can help prevent these illnesses, or treat them if necessary.

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