Serbia Travel Health Advice

Recommended vaccinations for visitors to Serbia are Hepatitis A and typhoid (except for very short-term visitors who restrict their meals to major restaurants and hotels). A reciprocal healthcare agreement entitles British nationals to free emergency treatment in Serbia, but due to the very basic standard of medical facilities, comprehensive travel health insurance is strongly recommended for all visitors. Tap water and unbottled beverages should not be consumed, and food should be well prepared and well cooked. Cases of rabid foxes and dogs have been reported in parks and the outskirts of major cities. In the countryside, visitors should take the necessary precautions to prevent tick bites.

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Hepatitis A, Rabies, Typhoid fever

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