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Travel Province Specific Resources
Here below you will find a series of reputable links that offer information related to Travel Vaccines:
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada provides you with a short ckecklist of important things to remember before leaving.
Medications readily available in Canada may be prohibited in other countries. To help minimize problems and make the most of your international travels, Foreign Affaires and International Trade Canada are giving you some advice.
IAMAT is the longest running provider of travel health advice. They specialize in giving free, up-to-date and credible travel health information.
The international student identity card (ISIC) is the essential discount card for full-time students.
The 2012 edition of the book is now available. It is brought to you by the World Health Organization (WHO). This report provides information on health risks for travellers.
Here are global travel health notices mentioned by Public Health Agency of Canada.
The Government of Canada has developed this booklet to help you protect your health while travelling or living abroad. It includes essential information on understanding travel health risks; taking preventive measures before, during and after your travel; coping with a health emergency abroad; and accessing consular services in a health emergency.
Here are vaccines to consider according to twenty-five of the most travelled destinations by Canadians.
This list of resources is in no way complete, if you have a resource link which should be included on this page please contact us at ac.114seniccav@troppus.
This information should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your doctor. There may be variations in treatment that your physician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.