St Kitts And Nevis Travel Health Advice

No vaccinations are required for travel to the islands, but a yellow fever certificate is required from visitors travelling from a yellow fever infected country. Travellers should also consider getting a vaccination for hepatitis A. Dengue fever is on the increase, and precautions against mosquito bites should be taken. Medical facilities are adequate, but limited, and health insurance is essential, which should include emergency air evacuation. Most doctors and hospitals expect cash payment.

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Dengue Fever, HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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