More Travel and Vaccination Information Available At:

Public Health Agency of Canada

Center For Disease Control


BC Center for Disease Control info/immunization-vaccines

Health Link BC

Immunize BC

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~If you are travelling to Africa or South America, you may be at risk of yellow fever and malaria. Malaria and yellow fever can be fatal.

Travel Clinic Prince George

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Northern British Columbia Travel Health & Vaccination Clinic (NBCTHVC)​ 

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Let NBCTHVC travel health advisors help you plan a safer trip!


~Please bring your care card, a list of your current medications, vaccination records and travel itinerary to travel consult appointment. 

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Travel Health Tips

~To ensure proper vaccine coverage, consult our travel health clinic preferably 6 weeks before departure. 

~We also provide non-travel services like TB screening, flu shots and more!

      -Get a pre-travel health assessment               from a travel health clinic or your                 family doctor.

      -Obtain full travel health insurance.

      -Take enough supplies of your regular           medication and carry proof you need           them.

​      -Drink only bottles or purified water             and avoid ice cubes-drink plenty of             liquids.

      -Eat fruits and vegetables the are                   freshly peeled or cooked. Peel it, boil           it, cook it or forget it!

      -Eat foods that are recently cooked and         served piping hot.

      -Wash your hands often.

      -​Protect yourself against mosquito                 bites. Use repellents containing at               least 30% DEET.

      -Avoid contact with animals. Seek                 medical advice if you get bitten or               scratched by an animal.


      -Do not swim or wade into fresh water.

      -Use sun block with minimum SPF of             15.


      -Always use a condom if you have sex           with someone you meet when                     traveling.

​      -Always wear a seatbelt. Motor vehicle           accidents are the most common cause         of death among travellers.