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I carnt seem to find a list of injections that are required if any are needed for thailand.

Anyone who has been to Khaa Lak, What injections if any did you have?


London, United...
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290 posts
1. Re: Injections

Have a look at-


Which lists-

diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis, and hepatitis A. You may also be advised to have immunisations for typhoid, tuberculosis, rabies, hepatitis B, and Japanese B encephalitis.

Personally, I have had the first 4 plus typhoid and tb. I have also seen Yellow Fever listed if entering from an infected area. I didn't take any malaria medication, just took the strongest DEET spray I could get.

You will need to check with your GP as some vaccinations last for specific times and some need renewing.

Poulton Le Fylde...
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for Khao Lak, Khao Sok National Park
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107 reviews
2. Re: Injections

Same as Russetsprint. Shouldn't need anti-malarials unless you are going "up country" into the hills but check with your GP.

I have found MASTA invaluable on our travels (see http://www.masta-travel-health.com/ ) and for a small sum you can get a report on current vaccination needs (and Foreign Office advice re travelling to certain countries) tailored to your destination.

We find Autan lotion very effective against mossies etc as strong DEET based products can have side effects. There are some very effective local sprays readily available here too.

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