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International Travel/Adult Immunizations
Please note: Presently there is a Yellow Fever vaccine shortage and we currently are out of vaccine.
For information about where you can find vaccine in your area, please click here: YELLOW FEVER VACCINE CLINICS
Each traveler is unique. Your risk of exposure to disease and developing an illness while traveling is determined by several factors. Discuss these with your health care professional.
Six to eight weeks before departure, consult with your travel medicine specialist for the most up-to-date immunization recommendations and consultation.
Immunizations may be required in some foreign countries before you can enter. For example, an immunization certificate for Yellow Fever is required when you arrive in some countries in Africa and South America.
Other vaccines are recommended to help you stay healthier while you are traveling.
To assure maximum protection, you should plan to have necessary immunizations at least 6 – 8 weeks before your departure date.
Click Below for the CDC Recommendations for Adult & Travel Vaccinations.
On This Site You Can Also Download the **NEW** CDC Adult Vaccination App for Your Smartphone:
Saratoga County Public Health Services offers childhood immunizations to under/non -insured children who reside in Saratoga County.
2017 Immunization Schedule
How Can I Get My Vaccines?
Call the Immunization Scheduling Line Monday-Friday 8am-4pm to schedule your appointment.
Your public health nurse will review your travel plans with you and discuss required immunizations. Cost for services include a consultation fee, administrative fee, and the cost of the vaccine (which can vary depending upon the type of vaccine). These fees are to be paid at time of services.
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