Travel Security in China

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Health Precautions

Obligatory Vaccination and Other Recommendations
There is no mandatory vaccination but vaccinations against tetanus, diphtheria, typhoid fever, hepatitis A and B, meningococcal disease and poliomyelitis are strongly recommended. In Yunnan and the island of Hainan, as well as in the provinces of Guangxi and Guizhou, vaccination against Japanese encephalitis is advised if you are staying in the countryside.
For Further Information
Ministry of Health, People's Republic of China
World Health Organization

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Safety Conditions

Terrorist Risk
Risk of Natural Disaster
Every year, the southern coastline of China is affected, between the months of May and October, by about ten typhoons on the average, characterized by violent winds and heavy rains. This phenomenon affects the city of Shanghai a little but mostly concerns the Zhejiang province's coast.
Traveling Women Conditions
For Further Information
Travel advice is provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Canada.

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