When you make your plans to travel overseas, make sure you have the required immunizations. Depending on your travel plans (and personal health history), one or more vaccines may be recommended or required for safe travel to your destination.
All travel immunizations at Clermont County Public Health are based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations. Immunization recommendations and requirements for your destination can be found by visiting the CDC website at http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel.
Most immunizations must be received well in advance of planned travel to offer the best protection from disease. Some immunizations require more than one dose, which may require a longer amount of time to complete—plan on scheduling your appointment one to six months in advance of your departure.
Clermont County Public Health provides the following vaccinations for international travel:
We recommend that you discuss your immunization needs with your primary healthcare provider to ensure that you are adequately protected during your travels. Your primary healthcare provider can prescribe anti-malarial medications for you if recommended for travel to your chosen destination. For more information on malaria prevention, click here.
Call 513-735-8400 for more information or to schedule an appointment for your immunizations.
Additional Health Considerations
Smart Traveler Enrollment Program
free service to allow U.S. citizens to enroll their trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate