Africa Travel Health Information and Guide
A Must read for People Planning trips to Africa, Uganda
All travel health concerns addressed, before during and back home. We bring you advise from health doctors who have travelled and experienced Africa. See the Routine, Required and Recommended vaccination – Malaria, Typhoid, and Yellow fevers, travel diarrhea and many more! Travel Health questions and answers for pregnant travelers, elderly and babies...and those travelling with children. Advise on food, safe water, the air you breathe, dressing, environment, sun, jetlag and so much more!
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Quick Health advice for Travellers to Africa - Uganda
Before you travel to Africa – Uganda, check that you have taken precautions against:
- Malaria - necessary
- Typhoid - necessary
- Hepatitis A - necessary
- Polio - necessary
- Tetanus - advisable
- Yellow fever - a vaccination certificate no longer required for entry into Uganda unless you are coming in directly from another tropical country where yellow fever is endemic.
We recommend that you consult with your usual Travel Clinic/Health Centre.
Comprehensive medical care is available in the rare event of illness whilst in Uganda and Kampala, in particular, has good resources - Ugandan, British, Chinese...etc. In Kampala, we recommend; International Hospital Kampala (IHK) Tel: +256414340531 +256312200400, The Surgery Tel: +256 414256003 Emergency: +256 752756003 and AAR Health Services - Kololo Tel: +256 414258527.
For minor infections etc. and medication local doctors and clinics are usually well equipped to treat.