Japanese Encephalitis out of stock!
More expected end of march Non-refundable payment may be needed before receiving the vaccine.
- 15 min15 minutes
- 120 British pounds£120
- Great Pulteney Street
Please note that booking the vaccine does not guarantee availability. If we run out, we will contact you prior to your appointment. About the vaccine Please note, payment must be made before receiving the vaccine. Please note this is non-refundable. When to get vaccinated: You need to get the first dose ideally five weeks before you travel in order to be able to complete the course in time. Course: The course consists of two doses. The second dose needs to be given ideally 28 days after the first. You are protected from seven days after the second dose. Accelerated course: In special cases you can get a faster course where the first dose should be at least 2 weeks before you travel. Boosters: The vaccine protects you for at least 12 months, so you need a booster 12-24 months later to remain protected after one year. How it is given: Injection in the upper arm. Side effects: The vaccine can cause side effects such as digestive problems, a high temperature and muscle pain. You may also notice soreness at the injection site. Children: The vaccine can be given from the age of two months. Additional precautions: In addition to getting the vaccination you need to practise mosquito bite avoidance. Risk if you contract the disease: Japanese encephalitis can cause severe complications, including brain damage and death. There is no cure for it.
35 Great Pulteney Street, Bathwick, Bath, UK
+ 01225 466454