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eTravelBlackboard: World Health Travel Alerts: Be a team player. Take a shot
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Take a shot. Heading to Ukraine or Poland for Euro 2012, or to London for the Olympics? Have a couple of key travel vaccinations, plus booster of childhood immunisations - especially measles - six weeks before you go, says Travelvax Australia.   Major measles epidemics made headlines across Europe last year with a conservative 30,000 cases recorded. While the peaks have passed, outbreaks are continuing in the Continent's eastern regions, as well as across the UK. Measles vaccination is especially important for Aussie football fans planning to catch the action of the European Football Championship between June 8 and July 1. There is a significant, ongoing measles outbreak in the Ukraine, concentrated in western areas bordering Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. More than 5000 cases have been reported this year and the European Centres for Disease Contact (ECDC) says the actual number could be significantly higher due to under-reporting. Traditionally, the peak transmission season for measles is February to June and the ECDC expects the epidemic to accelerate in the months ahead. Measles a high risk in Ukraine "There is no doubt that anyone who has not had measles or been vaccinated is at high risk of getting measles in Ukraine," Travelvax's medical director, Dr Ed Bajrovic said. "Having hundreds of thousands of people from across the globe converging on the country for the football championships can only increase the already significant risk of infection. "Fans could bring measles and other diseases with them, exposing fellow visitors and locals alike. The reverse is also likely - in Australia we've seen measles cases imported by travellers who were infected overseas." Read complete article... AUSTRALIA Sharp rise in whooping cough in Queensland... Read more FIJI Ba's typhoid outbreak contained... Read more INDIA Surge in Karnataka's typhoid epidemic... Read more LATIN AMERICA Rio in grip of dengue epidemic... Read more MALAYSIA Dengue rates up 17%... Read more PAKISTAN Dengue returns to Lahore; Measles hits Punjab, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.... Read more PHILIPPINES Luzon is "Dengue Central'; Outbreaks tipped for Visayas, Mindanao...Read more SPAIN Measles descends on Roma community... Read more SRI LANKA Dengue toll rises... Read more TAIWAN Rising risk of HFMD for teens...Read more TONGA Typhoid outbreak on Tongatapu... Read more UKRAINE Measles epidemic prompts warning to football fans... Read more UNITED KINGDOM Measles outbreak in Cheshire... Read more VENEZUELA Bolivar is malaria hotspot... Read more Travelvax Australia compiles this weekly bulletin of global travel health alerts, risk assessments and advice for the information of Austrlaian travellers and the travel industry. Please contact our travel health advisory service on 1300 360 164 for broad destination-specific advice and vaccination recommendations. Recommended vaccines, travel medicine, trip-specific advice and accessories are available during a medical consultation with a travel health professional at any of Travelvax Australian’s 32 clinics. Visit our website or call 1300 360 164 for details.   Source = Travelvax
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