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Do I need immunizations to enter China?


2020-07-24


Travelers are advised to check with their doctors  before visiting China. A Health Declaration form must completed upon  arrival. No immunizations are required for short-term travelers, unless  you are coming from or through a yellow fever infected area. The Centers  for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, USA, recommends  those who have traveled from an infected area to have vaccination  records available. Anyone not having the above mentioned certificate  will be detained for observation for as long as six days. You should  also bring any special health remedies or medications you require, as  well as over-the-counter items. For traveling into the countryside,  immune globulin is also recommended to combat hepatitis A, as is typhoid  immunization. Travel to high-altitude areas such as Tibet is not  recommended for those with pulmonary or heart problems.

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