Ministry of Health in Neuquén issued a number of recommendations for people traveling abroad for the holidays:
– Ask a doctor: According to the personal health history and destination, a special indication can be given.
–Vaccine against measles and rubella: It is important to reduce the risk of entering and reintroducing these diseases to the country. The vaccine is mandatory and must be used for children when they reach up to one year with a reinforcement for school income, according to the national vaccination calendar. Children from 13 months to one day before five years must receive the additional dose of the latest national vaccination campaign against measles and rubella.
– Vaccine against yellow fever: Medical consultation is crucial at least four weeks before the trip for a professional to define the indication or not for vaccination. Few countries require the vaccine to come in. Not all people can be inoculated, and medical consultation is necessary for a person skilled in the art to define the indication or not for vaccination. If applicable, you must receive it at least 15 days before the trip.