Rabies is very common and it is an acute infection of the central nervous system that is spread rapidly via a penetration of a bite from rabid animals. The virus is spread in the saliva of the rabid animals. All animals are susceptible to rabies, however the animals that are at most risk of transmitting rabies include: monkeys, foxes, raccoons, dogs, and wolves. Continue reading “Rabies in Malaysia?”
Many of you have visited Tanzania or perhaps plan to visit Tanzania in the near future. Tanzania is a country located in the East Africa. It is known for Serengeti National Park, Safari, Kilimanjaro National Park and Mount Kilimanjaro which is Africa’s highest Mountain.
If you are planning a trip to Tanzania – either for a Holiday, Adventure, Mission Trip, Business Trip, and for many other reasons – be sure to visit a Travel Vaccination Clinic at least 4 to 6 weeks prior to your departure. There are certain vaccines that require a series of shots – therefore it is in your best interest to ensure that you have the adequate time to complete the series of such vaccines and to ensure that you get the proper immunity for trip.