Includes Andaman Islands, Goa and Nicobar Islands
The vaccines below are recommended for travellers to this country depending on their individual level of risk. Extended or frequent travel, travel to remote areas and patients visiting friends or relatives are examples of additional risk factors.
Use the risk assessment consultation to determine risk level.
|Risk level||Vaccines required|
|Sometimes advised for high risk||Hepatitis B
|Yellow Fever||No risk of yellow fever, however vaccination might be required for certificate purposes from a yellow fever area.|
The information below identifies the risk of malaria and recommended prophylaxis regimens for different geographical regions within this country. View the malaria map to identify localities within risk areas.
|Areas of risk||Level of risk||Recommended regimen||Seasonal risk||Drug resistance|
|North-eastern states of Meghalaya, Mizoram district of Amini in Arunachal Pradesh, north and south Chhattisgarh, Orissa and the city of Mangalore||HIGH RISK||MAL/DOX/MEF||ALL||CHLOR|
|Central Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh||LOW RISK ADDITIONAL*||MAL/DOX/MEF||ALL||CHLOR|
|All other areas inc. Punjab, Rajasthan, Kerala, Goa and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands||LOW/NO RISK||AVOIDANCE||ALL||CHLOR|
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