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Before travelling abroad, it is important to find out what vaccinations, if any, are required or recommended to protect against infectious diseases.
Some countries may require proof of vaccination, particularly against yellow fever, while others may require proof that visitors have been tested for HIV/AIDS.
Travel health clinics, also called travel clinics and travel vaccination clinics, provide information about the health measures that need to be taken before going abroad.
The consultation and vaccination fees charged by travel health clinics are not covered by the Régie de l'assurance maladie du Québec and may vary from one clinic to the next.
It is best to consult the travel health clinic 6 to 8 weeks prior to departure, as certain vaccines and preventive medications take time to work.
Clientele Anyone who wishes to travel abroad.
Conditions Depending on the destination, length of stay and time elapsed since their last routine vaccinations, travellers need to protect themselves against certain diseases and make sure that any vaccinations required for their destination are up to date.
The following services are available at travel health clinics:
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