According to statistics from the World Tourism Organization, In 2017 international tourism growth for its eighteenth year. The most sought-out objectives were for 1,323 million people, about 84 million more than a previous year. Every day, over 3 million tourists cross international borders and annually there are approximately 1.2 billion people; Overseas travel shows their health to a variety of risks in unfamiliar habitats. These risks can be reduced, and take appropriate care before the trip and after a trip.
"Traveling a long time and times has grown considerably, increasing the risk of illness, and travel is a long distance, for example, which provides passengers for different reasons affect their health and wellbeing: All travel times can cause disease between seated travelers – as a result of coughing or running – or by & # 39; get directly connected to other passengers that affect them. people can get disease at the original or destination place and they carry the disease from one site to another, which can be displayed or a & # 39; welcomes a bit of urgency, "he explained the doctor's medicinal medicine and a medical expert for the traveler Pablo Elmassian, a member of the vaccine group for adults at the Center for Invasive Studies (Funcei).
The World Health Organization (WHO) advises that their bananas have been updated. The vaccines that are recommended for people who are in the " Travel is categorized into three categories: standard (the ones that are part of the national vaccine calendar), essential (essential in accordance with International Health Regulations, known as "RSI2005") and proposed (based on the diseases that can be open during the trip). Consumer immunization proposals are dynamic as they are subject to emergency changes that may arise, and that is why consulting current experts and the necessary consultations in relation to the changes must be consulted no.
"Teachers have good opportunities for health professionals to confirm that the vaccine program for children, adolescents and adults is ready, as it is crucial to protect the traveler and their community health when they return. Vaccines should be considered as protective against inflammatory, flu, pneumococcus and hepatitis A and B, cerebrum fever, diphtheria, glas-deud and pertussis, among others, before the trip."
"When we prepare the trip, we are thinking about accommodation, sections, documents and boxes. We want to protect ourselves from diseases, which should also be considered. Visit the doctor before you make necessary travel to know the recommendations and the causes of the vaccines and medicines needed at each destination, "explained the specialist.
Although Brazil's yellow fever has stopped, it is now a sign of a vaccine for those who are going to go to, Most of those places in that country have gone to & # 39; usually visiting (except those that are located in the northwest), as they are an attractive areas of the disease. Their vaccine is a very effective tool for protecting the person in areas where there is a risk of a disease of yellow fever, and to protect defensive nations from being infected. including virus.
"It's important to be aware that everyone who travels to Brazil should not be vaccinated against yellow fever. It's not just for those who are in vaccine; travel to endemic areas. Consultation with health professionals should be done, with enough time to be able to implement the appropriate measures to prevent, "said Elmassian.