Many of our clients are concerning about the vaccinations and immunizations for travelling to China, here Top China Travel agency would like to list some suggestions about this topic for your reference.
Firstly - it is better to consult with your doctor about the some immunizations when you travel to other countries.
Generally, most destinations in our clients’ itineraries are big cities or hot tourists cities. As a top quality travel agent in China, we take every precuation to provide you a healthy and safe travel experience. Hotels and restaurants we have hand-picked for you are clean , safe and healthy. But considering the security and health of your body situations, it is better to consult with your personal doctor about some vaccinations and immunizations before you travel to China.
Second - about vaccinations suggested before visiting China
For tourists who have just some days in China, no longer than 1 year, there are no specific immunizations or proof of health required. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggestions, visitors to China, Japan, Korea, and Mongolia may be suggested to have following vaccinations, just suggested not must have:
► Routine Vaccines (All travelers should have all of their immunizations up-to-date, such as measles, mumps, rubella, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus and polio.)
► Hepatitis A and B
► Japanese encephalitis
All in all, the above vaccinations are recommended not must have, better to check your body conditions and the necessary medical protection with your doctors before visiting China.
Third - persons who may no allowed entering into China
Persons known to have AIDS, syphilis, tuberculosis, leprosy, mental disorders or known contagious diseases may be barred from entering the country.
Top China Travel are glad to let you know that we are in high quality service and will help our clients to avoid the possible dangers during the China travel period. Here we would like to offer the link of CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) official page for your reference:
CDC Health Information Page for travellers to China: http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/china.htm