Australia

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Recommended vaccinations

Routine vaccination:

Vaccinations included in the vaccination schedule to be updated

Based on your travel plans:

NB: A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for all travelers aged ≥1 year arriving from countries with a risk of yellow fever transmission and all travelers who spend more than 12 hours in transit at an airport in a country where there is a risk of yellow fever transmission. 

Japanese encephalitis

From the age of 2 months for expatriates or people visiting rural areas in the far north of the country (Torres Strait) during the transmission season (see Opinion of the French High Council for Public Health (HCSP) of September 20, 2013 on the recommendation for vaccination against Japanese encephalitis).).

Vaccination schedule: 2 doses given 7 (adult) to 28 days apart

Booster (adult): 12 to 24 months later

Malaria prevention

There is no malaria in Australia.

Preventive treatments

Go to the Institut Pasteur Medical Center General Recommendations page.

(Source: Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin [BEH] – Health Recommendations for Travelers)

Prevention of other risks

Go to the Institut Pasteur Medical Center General Recommendations page.

 

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