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She gave us information on rabies of which we were previously unaware, despite having had a rabies vaccination for a previous trip to Kenya. The nurse was very helpful in explaining what we needed and then giving us both the presciptions and shots. ”“I travel the United States regularly, but this trip to Kenya is my first overseas experience making me a nervous traveler.Overall we felt very confident in her recommendations.”“I’m going to Kenya on a medical mission trip. I do not like taking risks and I do not like the unknown. I got the 8 Shots I needed to minimize my risk, but more than that they took a hour with me one on one to discuss the unknowns.Temperatures stay relatively consistent in Kenya throughout the year.The US government has issued a travel warning affecting travel to the border area between Somalia and Kenya due to threats by the terrorist group al-Shabaab.I just thought we would get shots and leave but instead we got an education on the various vaccinations and why we needed them.”“The doctor had a booklet prepared for me outlining all the details of what each recommended medicine was for as it related to my trip to Kenya. I would recommend Passport Health to anyone travelling abroad, as it was recommended to me, because of the extreme and absolute attention to detail.”“Passport Health knew exactly what I needed in order to travel safely to Kenya.The went through all of the vaccines that were recommended and possible sicknesses that could occur.

Vaccination is available at Passport Health locations throughout the country. Be sure you are vaccinated before leaving for your trip. Travel safely with Passport Health and schedule your appointment today by calling or book online now. Because of issues with sanitation and neighboring countries with outbreaks, cholera remains a very real threat for travelers to the African nation.

Passport Health clinics carry Vaxchora, the only cholera vaccine approved for use in the United States. The information packet is above and beyond what I expected and contains great information all in one place. ”“I am going on a trip to Kenya next month and went to a Passport Health office in Houston.

I was very impressed with the knowledge of the lady I dealt with.

The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccines for Kenya: typhoid, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, cholera, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, and influenza.

Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Kenya.

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