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Reciprocal health: None.
Compulsory vaccinations: None.
Recommended immunisations: There is nothing recommended, however, the following should be considered by those travelling to Japan frequently or intending to spend extended time here: Tetanus, Japanese Encephalitis, Hepatitis B & Tick-Borne Encephalitis.
Risks: Rubella - As of 8 July 2012, a total of 594 cases have been reported in 2012, higher than in 2011. The outbreak began in Hyogo prefecture and has since spread to Tokyo. However, cases have also been reported in Osaka, Kanagawa and Kyoto.
GENERAL INFO FOR ALL TRAVELLERS: Details listed can occasionally change at very short notice and it’s recommended that all travellers seek advice from their Practice Nurse, GP or Travel Clinic when planning a visit to Japan. It should be noted that some vaccinations and treatments may require one or more visits and should be planned well in advance of travel.
Primary courses and boosters should always be up to date as recommended for life in the UK. This should include vaccines given to special groups due to complications or risk exposure such as Hepatitis B for health care workers, influenza and pneumococcal vaccines for the elderly etc.