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Who can issue immunization forms for traveling?

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When traveling, immunization record forms must be given by a designated center that has been approved by the health administration. For example, one must obtain an immunization record directly from the clinic or physician's office of the primary doctor.

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Each person who is traveling should have a record of vaccines with them and it should be printed in English. The records have to be physically signed by an authorized person at the clinic or physician's office; a stamped signature will not be accepted. This record can be used for 10 years, beginning 10 days after the date of the last vaccination, according to Cleveland Clinic.

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