Singapore Asia

Malaria Risk & Vaccination Information for Singapore

What is the risk of malaria in Singapore?

Because of the low risk of malaria in Singapore antimalarials are not usually advised, but please do use bite avoidance measures. This includes counter measures such as insect repellents and mosquito netting. For more information on how to avoid insect bites, take a look at our bite prevention guide.

What else can I do to travel healthily in Singapore?

When travelling it is always good to take some preventive medicine with you. Whether it is a simple first aid kit, or medication for upset stomachs. If you know you easily get travel sickness, it is wise to bring some anti sickness medication with you, especially as you have a lot of travel planned.

What Vaccines do I need for Singapore?

Below is a table designed to show you what vaccines are mandatory, recommended or ones to consider when visiting Singapore:

Cholera

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B

Japanese Encephalitis

Meningitis

Rabies

 

Con

Con

Con

  

 

Tetanus

Tick Borne Encephalitis

 

Typhoid

 

Yellow Fever Vaccine

Rec

     

Man = Mandatory

Con = Consider

Rec = Recommended

Req = Required if visiting from area with risk of transmission

 

 


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