Travel Vaccinations for Mexico
Mexico is a country in North America. Hugely popular with travellers, it’s home to a rich culture & beautiful landscapes. It’s borders are shared with USA, Belize and Guatemala.
VACCINATIONS FOR MEXICO
For most travellers the recommended vaccinations vaccinations for Mexico include: Hepatitis A & Tetanus
For people trekking in the countryside, staying for longer periods or for those at higher risk, recommended vaccinations for Mexico might include: Cholera, Hepatitis B, Rabies, Typhoid & Yellow Fever
There is a risk of Malaria in Mexico, see below for advice
There is no risk of Yellow Fever in Mexico. See below for advice.
VACCINES RECOMMENDED TO ALL TRAVELLERS TO MEXICO
All travellers to all areas of this country are advised to have these vaccinations along with staying up to date with the routine vaccination schedule for the UK. Book a consultation for a full travel health risk assessment.
VACCINES RECOMMENDED TO SOME TRAVELLERS TO MEXICO
These vaccinations may be advised depending on the specific areas you are travelling to, your medical history and your itinary. Book a consultation for expert guidance on whether these vaccines are recommended for you.
MALARIA RISK IN MEXICO
Malaria is present in Mexico.
There is no vaccination against Malaria, you may need to take Antimalarial tablets there are some high risk areas. We recommend you have a consultation with an expert Nomad nurse to talk through your malaria tablet recommendations.
YELLOW FEVER IN MEXICO
There is no risk of Yellow Fever in Mexico.
Yellow fever vaccination certificate is not required to enter this country