Lots of different sites say lots of different things about Maldives vaccinations.
The bottom line is that the choice is yours from the research you do and the questions you ask.
Yep, you’ve guessed it, this is one of those subjects where we have to be all official and say that the information below is just that; information. It doesn’t constitute advice. The person who knows your body best is you and your doctor and those are the two people who can decide which vaccinations (if any) to have.
The most common vaccinations for tourists on their Maldives vacation are Hepatitis A and Typhoid; mainly because they are spread through contaminated food and water and so are not considered “tropical diseases” since they can be contracted in Europe.
Since transmission of these diseases is basically down to cleanliness you can help reduce the risk of becoming ill by paying close attention to hygiene standards.
Yes, anyone who’s been to the Maldives, knows that the resorts follow rigid standards of hygiene but we all know that nobody follows all of the rules 100% of the time.
If you’re going to get these vaccinations, then do so a couple of weeks before you travel.
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We’re going to keep it simple here and say that tetanus and polio vaccinations should be kept up to date as standard, but other than that some people get the above mentioned vaccinations and some people don’t.
The only advice we can offer is to talk to your doctor or physician.