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What is Cholera?
Cholera is an illness of your digestive tract caused by a bacteria found in contaminated water and sometimes, food. It is normally found in countries without access to clean water or adequate sanitation especially in Africa, Asia, The Middle East, Central America and the Caribbean.
Symptoms includes severe watery diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting and stomach cramps. If left untreated, it can cause death.
How does the vaccination work?
The vaccine prepares the body to fight off infection before it happens. The cholera vaccine is taken by mouth in two doses. The second dose should be taken between on and six weeks after the first dose and a minimum of one week before travelling.
Protection from the vaccine lasts up to two years. A booster may be required over time if at risk.
Who should have the treatment?
It is normally found in countries without access to clean water or adequate sanitation especially in Africa, Asia, The Middle East, Central America and the Caribbean.
It is advised to take this vaccine if you are travelling to areas experiencing an outbreak or working in humanitarian camps. It is also advised to take the vaccine if travelling to an area where outbreaks are likely.
How much does it cost?
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