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Vaccinations commonly required for foreign travel include yellow fever and meningococcal vaccines, according to Cleveland Clinic. Each country specifies what vaccinations it requires for entry based on the incidence of d... More »

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All travelers need to have their routine vaccines, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also recommends the hepatitis A and typhoid vaccines for most travelers. Travelers should get their vaccines four to s... More »

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A person should get travel insurance while going abroad to protect the financial investment made in preparation for and during the trip abroad. Travel insurance covers the costs associated with lost luggage, trip cancell... More »

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As of 2015, all travelers to South Africa should be current with routine vaccinations prior to traveling and should also get vaccines for hepatitis A and typhoid, notes the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... More »

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