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France Travel Health

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France Health

Population: 60,424,213 (July 2004 est.)
Capital: Paris

The following report outlines the key health issues and concerns that travelers to France should be aware of before vacation or general business travel, based on the reporting from the CDC Yellowbook.

Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirements :
Not required
Malaria Area of Risk :
None
Malaria Chloroquine Resistance :
Not applicable
CDC Yellow Book Region Overview :
Region Introduction
Western Europe (Andorra, Austria, Azores [Portugal], Belgium, Denmark [including Greenland and Faroe Islands], Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, the Holy See, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg Malta, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom [including Channel Islands and the Isle of Man]) The area encompassed by these countries extends from the broadleaf forests and the plains of the west to the boreal and mixed forests of Scandinavia.

The incidence of communicable diseases in most countries is such that they are unlikely to prove a hazard to international travelers greater than that found in their own country. There are, of course, health risks, but in most areas very few precautions are required.

Anthropod Borne Diseases
Of the arthropod-borne diseases. Tickborne encephalitis, for which a vaccine exists, and Lyme disease can occur throughout forested areas where the vector ticks are found infective.

Leishmania and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) co-infections have been reported from France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain.

Other Diseases
Rabies is endemic in wild animals (particularly foxes) in rural areas of northern Europe.

Other Hazards
The extreme cold in winter is a climatic hazard in parts of northern Europe.

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The NCBuy Travel Center Country Health reporting data is for general information purposes only, and should not be viewed as an official source of health advice.


 
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