• Sexually Transmitted Infections

    Travellers are at an increased risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections including HIV, Hepatitis B, Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Always practice safe sex, which includes the use of a condom.

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  • Malaria

    Malaria is a dangerous infection that occurs when an infected Anopheles mosquito bites a person and injects malaria parasites into the blood. Symptoms may develop as soon as seven days after arrival in a malaria area – or as long as nine months after leaving a malaria area. Symptoms may be deceptively mild in the

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  • Influenza

    Influenza is considered the number one vaccine preventable travel related disease. The vaccine changes annually and is dependent on stock availability from our suppliers.

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  • Diving and Flying

    The risk of decompression sickness is increased by diving and flying. Divers should avoid flying above 2000ft in an unpressurised aircraft or in a commercial aircraft for a minimum of 12 hours after surfacing from a single no-compression dive or 18 hours following repetitive dives or multiples days of diving. These recommended pre-flight surface intervals

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