It depends on where you are traveling. I’d ask my primary doctor for specifics to be on the safe side.
The CDC (Center for Disease Control) is the best source for information. Their website is http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/content/vaccinations.aspx . In general, it’s good to research the vaccine you’re thinking of getting, and see what kind of debate is out there about it. Vaccines have been questioned since their beginning because of possible consequences on people’s immune systems, their inefficiency, and overall safety. Do the research, then make a decision on weather it’s absolutely necessary to get one.
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