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Rabies

Rabies occurs in warm-blooded mammals and is transmitted to humans, most often by a bite or scratch from an infected animal, usually a dog Read more

Hepatitis B

The hepatitis B virus is one of the most prevalent blood-borne viruses worldwide and is a major cause of chronic liver disease and liver cancer Read more

Yellow fever

Yellow fever is caused by a virus, which circulates between infected monkeys or humans and mosquitoes and occurs in parts of the tropical and sub-trop Read more

Tick-borne encephalitis

Tick-borne encephalitis is a viral infection that affects the central nervous system and may cause a spectrum of disease, from a mild short-lived illn Read more

Viral haemorrhagic fever

VHFs (with the exception of dengue) are very rare in UK travellers, they can cause a range of symptoms from a relatively mild illness, to severe, life Read more
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