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Malaria – Yellow Fever – Health Care

Malaria – Yellow Fever – Health Care

Malaria and Yellow Fever Vaccination in Tanzania  | Tanzania Health Care  |  Local Private Hospitals in Tanzania | Public Hospitals in Tanzania | Ambulance Services in Tanzania | Specialists Tanzania | 

As long as you stay up-to-date with your vaccinations and take basic preventive measures, you’re unlikely to succumb to most of the possible health hazards. While Tanzania has an impressive selection of tropical diseases on offer, it’s more likely you’ll get a bout of diarrhoea or a cold than a more exotic malady. 

The main exception to this is malaria, which is a real risk throughout much of the country. Road accidents are the other main threat to your health. Never travel at night, and choose buses or private transport over dalla-dallas (minibuses) to minimise the risk.

Before You Go

  • #1. Get a check-up from yourdoctor if you have any regular medication or chronic illness.
  • #2. Organise spare contact lenses and glasses.
  • #3. Get a first-aid and medical kit together; arrange necessary vaccinations.
  • #4. Carry medications in their original (labelled) containers.
  • #5. If carrying syringes or needles, have a physician’s letter documenting their medical necessity. 

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HEALTH CARE IN TANGA

Regardless of your destination, the World Health Organization (www.who.int/en) recommends that all travellers be covered for the following.

  • #1. Diphtheria
  • #2. Tetanus
  • #3. Measles
  • #4. Mumps
  • #5. Rubella
  • #6. Polio
  • #7. Hepatitis  and B.
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While a yellow fever vaccination certificate is not officially required to enter Tanzania unless you’re coming from an infected area, carrying one is advised.

More about Tanzania Travel Guide:

Planning your trip? Whether you’re looking for things to do in Tanzania such as events and attractions, key traveller information to make your Tanzania visit run smoothly or are planning where to stay in Mwanza, you’ll find everything you need for your Tanzania holiday on Our Website. Tanzania Travel guide has the information about latest events not to miss while you visit Tanzania – there’s always something going on, so don’t miss out on the latest exhibitions, shows and more on your trip Tanzania

Discover the best day trips from Dar-es-salaam  or other Tanzania’s Cities. If you’re here as a family, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Tanzania with kids and find suitable accommodation such as Tanzania holiday apartments. Whether you’re looking for the best weekend breaks in Tanzania or planning a longer holiday in, you can be sure you’ll find all the information you need.