Comoros Travel Health Advice
There is a risk of malaria throughout the year, and dengue fever outbreaks occur. Travellers should protect themselves against insect bites as far as possible and take a malaria prophylaxis. No vaccinations are required to visit Comoros but vaccinations for hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and typhoid are recommended. A vaccination for MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) is also recommended if not yet done. If you are spedning a lot of time outdoors where you may be exposed to wild animals then a rabies vaccination might be worthwhile. Cholera outbreaks occur in Comoros, but are a low risk to travellers. Visitors should drink bottled or boiled water as a preventative measure. Medical facilities are limited and medications may not be available. Travellers are advised to bring their own personal medical kit and travel insurance should be comprehensive.
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