|Thailand :: Travel Advisories|
Health Precautions: You should always check with your physician to see if any vaccinations are needed. A Hepatitis A and B vaccine is recommended for most foreign travel, especially in the tropics. Check the entry requirements for all countries on your itinerary. A Yellow Fever vaccination certificate might be required if you are travelling in or through an infected area.
Areas of Risk: Limited risk in areas bordering Cambodia, Laos, and Burma. No risk in cities and major tourist resorts (including Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Pattaya, Phuket Island, and Ko Samui).
CHL Resistance: Confirmed.
Recommended Prophylaxis: DOX or A/P in areas bordering Burma and Cambodia. All other areas MEF, DOX, or A/P.
For recent updates, visit the CDC web site.
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