If you are planning to travel abroad, it is important to consider getting vaccinated against diseases that may be present in your destination country. Some vaccines may be required for entry into certain countries, while others may simply be recommended as a precaution. It is best to speak with a healthcare provider or visit a travel medicine clinic at least 4-6 weeks before your trip to determine which vaccines you may need. If you’re in Gran Canaria and you are in need of vaccinations or information about travel vaccinations, check our recommendations below.
Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.
I need advice for travel vaccinations
I’ve got some travel vaccinations last week. You just need to book an appointment here: https://sisaex-vac-cita.mscbs.gob.es/sanitarios/consejos/inicioAction.do
It’s €19, they are very friendly, and they can also give you any prescription you need (for example for malaria, etc.).
I work with Dr Sterzik in Clínica Roca. Highly recommended.
You could go to Centro Vacunacion Internacional and ask them. They will advice you depending on the country and the type of travel you’ll do.
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