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Libya Travel Health Advice

There are no major health risks associated with travel to Libya. Visitors travelling from infected areas require a yellow fever vaccination certificate. Travellers are encouraged to get vaccinations for tetanus, hepatitis A, hepatitis B and typhoid. Healthcare facilities in Libya are basic and travellers are advised to have full travel insurance. In remote areas, there may be no health facilities at all and so travellers are advised to carry their own basic medications. Tap water in Libya is chlorinated, but it's advised that visitors drink only bottled or boiled water.

View information on diseases:

Hepatitis A, Typhoid fever

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