Here is the World Health Organization (WHO) statement regarding the use of JE vaccine in travelers
“The risk for Japanese encephalitis for most travellers to Asia is very low but varies
according to season, destination, duration of travel and activities. The risk is
higher in long-term travellers and expatriates. The risk to short-term travellers and
those . . . → Read More: Should I get JE vaccine for traveling in Southeast Asia (2)?