Vaccinations To Consider When Visiting U.S. National Parks
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A rabies vaccination is administered over the course of three to four weeks. It protects against a life-threatening illness contracted through animal and human bites. It may also occur through getting scratched by something infected. All warm-blooded animals can carry Rabies, and camping in national parks will put you in close proximity to potential carriers. Therefore, it is crucial to include this vaccination in your plan.
Tetanus can be fatal, and it results from contact with rusty objects and soil. In national parks it’s not unlikely you’ll these things, but what can you do? Thankfully, there’s a vaccination to protect against the infection. Consult your doctor to find out more.
Talk with your doctor if you have further questions on specific health measures that may be required or recommended to prepare for your trip. And if you have additional questions on how to plan for a trip to America’s national parks, contact our experts at Visit USA Parks. Together, we’ll make sure you don’t forget a thing, and that your vacation is one to remember!