Health Requirements For The Seychelles

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There are no compulsory vaccinations needed for entry into the Seychelles unless you are arriving from an area in the Yellow Fever zone in which case you will be required to show that you have been inoculated against the disease. However it is essential when travelling overseas that you are up to date with your vaccinations and you will need to be up to date with at least the following: Typhoid, Tetanus, Polio and Hepatitis. 

However as we are not trained to give specific health advice we strongly recommend that you visit your doctor or a travel clinic for appropriate advice well in advance of your travel date. Bear in mind that some immunisations need to be given a couple of months prior to departure so we would suggest that you seek advice at least 2 months before you travel.

For further information MASTA operate travel clinics across the UK and provide a free travel health brief on their website Alternatively look at the NHS Fit for Travel website or get in touch with The Hospital for Tropical Diseases via their website - they provide useful information on the vaccinations and malaria prophylactics that may be needed for travel in Myanmar.