ARGENTINA

Vaccines suggested to any or all visitors:

  • Hepatitis A

Vaccines suggested to some guests (long term travellers, travellers operating in risk areas):

Yellow fever (there may be a risk of infectious disease in north-eastern Argentina within the space of Iguassu, wherever vaccination is recommended)

  • Rabies
  • Tetanus
  • Typhoid

British travellers ought to conjointly guarantee they need adequate protection from contagious disease, epidemic parotitis and German measles and T.B., that ar commonly given as a part of the childhood vaccination schedule.

Malaria and regions at intervals country:                                                          chinna

There is a variable risk of P.Vivax protozoal infection within the lowlands of Salta, Chacos and Misiones provinces, on the borders of Bolivia and South American nation. there’s alittle risk of protozoal infection around Iguacu falls.

Malaria chemoprophylaxis for variable risk zones:

Chloroquine
OR
Paludrine (but as long as antimalarial drug not deemed suitable)

Diseases gift that can’t be immunised against:

  • Dengue fever
  • Leishmaniasis
  • Trypanosomiasis – yankee
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Stomach bugs/diarrhoea

Recent outbreaks (past half dozen months):

April 2013: dengue
Almost 3000 suspected cases of dengue are rumored throughout the country since march. Salta, Cordoba and national capital being the foremost affected provinces. guests ought to use a DEET primarily based dipteran repellent and canopy up areas of exposed skin with covering, particularly throughout sunlight hours.