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Travelling abroad? SEARCH, COMPARE and BOOK vaccinations.
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Rachel Clarke Sep 18
Vaccines do not cause autism. Dr Andrew Wakefield was struck off for medical fraud. Measles kills, maims and causes permanent brain damage. Please, please chat to a nurse or doctor before deciding not to vaccinate your kids.
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 21
Seasonal flu occurs throughout the world. In the United Kingdom, most flu activity is from December till March. In the tropics, flu viruses can circulate throughout the year. Find out more about from our factsheet at 💉
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Leyla Hannbeck Sep 20
We have issued comprehensive advice about flu service including a decision making flowchart on which vaccine to administer. For more info plz contact team and sign up to my superintendent bulletins if you are not signed up already 🙂.
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 21
Although some symptoms of Japanese improve after the acute illness, 30% of survivors of severe cases will continue to have neurologic, cognitive, or psychiatric symptoms. Stay safe on your travels, get vaccinated with 🗺
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 20
Getting vaccinated will help keep you safe and healthy while you’re travelling. It will also help make sure that you don’t bring any serious diseases home to your family, friends, and community. Book your travel vaccinations with ease at 🌍
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 20
Travel destination spotlight: ✈️ If you're traveling to Hong Kong, you will require vaccinations for Hepatitis A and Polio/Tetanus/Diphtheria. Some travellers will require other vaccines. Learn more and book your vaccination at
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 19
The peak biting period for mosquitos carrying the malaria parasite is between sunset and sunrise, and are attracted by several factors, most commonly heat and smell. Learn more about with our factsheet at 🌅
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 19
For the 2018/19 flu season, vaccinations may be offered at NHS expense if patients meet eligibility criteria. Want to find out if you are eligible for an NHS flu jab? Use our smart tool here: 🤧
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 18
Travelling in developing countries and rural areas may bring you into contact with more diseases, meaning you might need more vaccines before you visit. Learn more about the vaccinations you require by visiting our destinations pages at ⛵️
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 17
confines approximately 20% of travellers to bed for 1–2 days, while 40% have to change their itinerary as a result of travellers’ diarrhoea. Stay safe, get vaccinated before you travel with 🌍
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 17
To make truly accessible for everyone, we created our solution so it’s available via Desktops, Tablets and Mobiles to ensure you can search, compare and book travel vaccination appointments wherever you are and whichever device you use 📱
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 16
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 14
Don't risk it, jab it! We'll help you learn which vaccinations you need for your destination, find you the best price out there and locate your nearest travel clinic. Make things easy for yourself by visiting 🏝
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 14
We want all travellers to fly away in good health and return relaxed and most importantly healthy. Booking your travel clinic appointment with could be the difference between a good and bad holiday 🗺
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NPA Sep 13
As a healthcare provider, it is important that you, your staff and patients are aware of signs and symptoms and are able to seek appropriate medical care without delay. Recognition, diagnosis and treatment dramatically improves outcome from
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 13
Travel destination spotlight: ✈️ If you're traveling to Egypt, you will require multiple vaccinations including Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Polio/Tetanus/Diphtheria. Learn more and book your vaccination at
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 13
Getting your flu vaccination this season is easier than you think. There's no need to book an appointment with your GP, visit your local pharmacy for quick and efficient service 🤧
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 12
Travel insurance companies believe that if you fall ill and it is a direct result of not taking the correct vaccinations then they have every right not to pay out. To avoid this risk we advise getting the correct vaccinations before you travel
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traveljab.co.uk Sep 12
If you are travelling somewhere where a vaccination is necessary, it is essential to have your vaccination administered a minimum of 10 days prior to travel for a valid certificate to be issued. Book at your nearest yellow fever clinic through
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