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Vaccines For Vietnam – What You Need To Know

While reading this, you are probably getting ready for your internship in Vietnam and checking everything off on your to-do list. Aside from all the usual important stuff you need for going abroad- your passport, visa, medicine, and clothes, you need to think about what vaccines you might need for Vietnam. This blog is here to save you time and will be a helpful guide for you to get over this last step.

Vaccine - Get ready !
Vaccine – Get ready !

This is something you need to consider before starting your adventure in Vietnam, and while vaccines aren’t necessary, you definitely need to speak to your doctor to see what they recommend!

It is recommended that you speak to your General Practitioner at least 6 to 8 weeks before your scheduled flight to discuss any health risks or vaccinations.

It is not necessary to be vaccinated before your arrival in Vietnam, however there are some recommended vaccinations for your stay in Vietnam: Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Tetanus-Diphtheria and Measles if you do not already have them.

The boy who receives vaccination
A boy receiving vaccination

 

Ask Yourself

  • What’s the risk of me contracting a vaccine-preventable disease?
  • How long am I going for?
  • What will I be doing?
  • Can I be protected without a vaccine?

What Countries Say

For more information about vaccines, please check the CDC’s website or read some more information here about traveling safely to Vietnam !

Our team is looking forward to meeting you soon in Ho Chi Minh City!

Before your stay, Learn about China, Travel

Vaccines for China: What You Need to Know

So you’re getting ready for your internship in China, and checking everything off on your to-do list. Aside from all the usual important stuff you need for going abroad- your passport, visa, medicine, clothes… you need to think about what vaccines you might need for China.
This is something you need to consider before starting your adventure in China, and while vaccines aren’t necessary, you definitely need to speak to your doctor to see what they recommend.

A list of travel vaccinations

It is recommended that you speak to your General Practitioner at least 6 to 8 weeks before your scheduled flight to discuss any health risks or vaccinations.

It is not necessary to be vaccinated before your arrival in China, however there are some recommended vaccinations for your stay in China: Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Tetanus-Diphtheria and Measles if you do not already have them.

Vaccines for travelling on top of a world map

Ask Yourself

  • What’s the risk of me contracting a vaccine- preventable disease?
  • How long am I going for?
  • What will I be doing?
  • Can I be protected without a vaccine?

What Countries Say

For more information about vaccines, please check the CDC’s website, or read some information here about travelling safely and healthily in China.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you to China soon!

Zhuhai's July trip tp Hezhou

 

InternChina News

Introduction to our new Intern – Lisa Samani

My name is Lisa Samani, I´m from Germany/Düsseldorf. I´m the new Marketing intern for Intern China, in Qingdao.
I’m studying International Business and Management Studies in the Netherlands, currently I’m in the fifth semester. Why I am doing an internship here in China has two reasons. First, the internship was required for the fulfillment of my fifth semester. Secondly, I decided to apply for an internship in China, because I have never been in China before, and I wanted to get into the Chinese culture and learn more about the Chinese language and the people.

InternChina – Lisa

I’m doing an internship for four months, and I’m really excited what is waiting for me. As I arrived at the airport two days ago, I could already see a few of the differences between Germany and China. One of the differences, which was really interesting, was that Chinese people are sometimes admiring people who are coming from other countries and are always very interested and open to foreigners. 🙂
Last but not least, the weather is really cold and quite similar to Germany unfortunately. I hope spring will start soon and I will have time to explore beautiful Qingdao together with the other interns and my colleagues.

Meet Lisa in Qingdao and explore Chinese culture and customs with her!
Apply now via email or through our website directly!

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