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Vaccinations for Lithuania.


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Hepatitis BFor stays > 3 months and for at-risk groups
RabiesHigh risk, possible infection of pets, vaccination recommended for at-risk groups
TBCHigh risk for tuberculosis. Mantoux test and / or BCG vaccination for at-risk groups is recommended
TBERecommended for at-risk groups from March to November
What is Hepatitis B?
As with hepatitis A, this is a virus that causes inflammation of the liver. Infection occurs through blood contact or unprotected sexual activity. Around 400 million people are infected across the world. Many sufferers develop cancer of the liver in due course. Vaccination based on a schedule offers protection for ten years. Travellers are increasingly advised to have the hepatitis B vaccination. There is also a combination vaccine against hepatitis A and B.
What is TBC?
Tuberculosis risk
What is TBE?
Tick-borne Encephalitis: Infection of the meninges caused by a tick bite. The virus is transmitted directly after the bite; removal of the tick will not prevent infection with the virus.


All advises given here are global. The final opinion is personal and will be further explained during the consultation.
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