Schedule and duration of protection in Travel Vaccine
Here is the summarized table of the schedule of travel vaccines.
|Vaccine||No. of shot||Schedule||Duration of protection|
|Lived JE vaccine||single shot||N/A||1-2 years|
|Influenza vaccine||single shot||N/A||1 year|
|Meningococcal vaccine||single shot||N/A||3-5 years|
|Typhoid vaccine||single shot||N/A||3-5 years|
|Yellow fever vaccine||single shot||N/A||10+ years|
|Cholera vaccine||2 doses||0,1-2 weeks||3 years|
|Chickenpox vaccine||2 doses||0,4 weeks||Life long|
|Hepatitis A vaccine||2 shots||0, 6-12 Month||Life long|
|Hepatitis B vaccine||3 shots||0,1,6 month||Life long|
|Hepatitis B vaccine (Accelerated)||4 shots||0,7,21days, 1 year||Life long|
|Hepatitis A+B (Twinrix)||3 shots||0,1,6 month||Life long|
|Hep A+B Twinrix (Accelerated)||4 shots||0,7,21days, 1 year||Life long|
|Rabies pre-exposure vaccine||3 shots||0,7,21-28 days||Booster when exposure|
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