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Immunization or Vaccine Clinic in Denpasar, Bali? (WHO or Red Cross maybe?)
17th January, 2013
I realize this is a first post, but I've been reading the site for a while while planning a trip to SE A for August/September. I've read here and other places online that it is much cheaper (and not too difficult) to get some of the recommended vaccinations while already in SE A. We'll be starting in Bali, then going through Singapore to begin traveling toward Bangkok, then to Vietnam (Laos if time) over 7 weeks.
Ideally, I imagine that I'll do a split between getting some vaccinations in the US and some abroad, but I'm also particularly interested if anyone has information on getting vaccinated for Japanese Encaphalitis while in SE A, ideally in Bali or Singapore.
My apologies if there is already a thread on this, I tried to find one. Please link if so.
#1 Posted: 17/1/2013 - 17:23
21st January, 2004
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I'm not sure about Jpaanese Encaphalitis but we got our rabies shots and I've had a few other boosters from Kim Patra at CHC Bali - you can contact Kim via the CHC website and ask after more details.
The one thing to consider is some of the shots need to be given over a period of time so may depend on how long you have allotted for Bali.
Drop Kim a line & see what she has to say.
#2 Posted: 17/1/2013 - 17:38
17th January, 2013
Great info, thanks!
#3 Posted: 17/1/2013 - 17:41
18th July, 2013
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#4 Posted: 18/7/2013 - 23:59
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