Vaccinations - Be Safe, Be Happy

Select REVIV Flagship locations (REVIV+) are now offering vaccinations so that you can live life and explore your world with confidence. Through our network of over 90 clinics and 40 countries, we offer you security and convenience without having to visit a doctor’s office or utilizing health service systems. Vaccinations are very safe and regulated and can protect you and safeguard others from transmissible disease.

Recent world events have disrupted modern life and reinforced the importance of health and safety. Disease prevention can be categorized into universal precautions to prevent transmission, herd immunity to limit disease spread within a population, and individual immunity to fight off infection. Herd immunity happens when a sizeable population is immune to a disease limiting its spread; however, novel illnesses and vaccination lapses can lead to lower group immunity.

The purpose of vaccinations is to generate biological memory so that the body can better manage future re-exposure and minimize sickness. Adequate nutrition and hydration are crucial to a robust immune system. In the face of current events, vaccinations are now more important than ever to help restore socio-economic normalcy.

When should I see a travel nurse?

You should arrange to see a REVIV travel nurse at least six to eight weeks before you are planning to leave the country, as some vaccinations require more than one injection, over the course of several weeks. Your REVIV travel nurse can advise you on which vaccines you need. Travelling without getting vaccinated properly, leaves you potentially exposed to life-threatening infectious diseases.

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REVIV Dr. Michael

“Vaccination saves lives and has been one of the most important medical advances to have occurred. Vaccination offers a very safe and effective preventive strategy against many infectious diseases, including those we could face when travelling, whether it is to the supermarket or the far corners of the world. REVIV offer a gold standard approach to vaccination, based on the latest studies around optimal vaccination schedules to protect your health. Vaccination is becoming increasingly more important in the 21st Century and should form part of your preventive health plan”.

Dr. Michael Barnish, Medical Director, REVIV Global

Vaccinations

Diptheria, Polio & Tetanus
DPT is a combination vaccine that can prevent Diphtheria, Polio, and Tetanus. Diphtheria is an illness that can result in long term heart, lung and neurological problems; Polio is a neurological disease that can infect a person’s spinal cord, leading to paralysis, and Tetanus enters the body through cuts or wounds, causes painful stiffening of the muscles. These diseases are potentially life-threatening and disabling, also preventable; therefore, immunization is recommended.

Dosage & Instructions

DPT vaccines are routinely administered as a series of 5 vaccines during childhood. Provided that immunizations are up to date, a single booster is sufficient every 10 years or prior to travel.

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Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

Most people experience long-term protection with completion of course but should be receive booster every 10 years to maintain tetanus immunization.

Recommended For

Routine immunization; travel vaccination also recommended for visits to high risk regions.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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Polio
Polio vaccine is effective in preventing the illness which is a potentially life-threatening disease that can infect a person’s spinal cord, leading to paralysis. Most people are vaccinated against polio as children.

Dosage & Instructions

High-risk adults that have never been vaccinated should receive 3 doses. The second dose should follow the first 1-2 months later, and the third dose 6-12 months after the second. Adults that have been partially vaccinated can make up for the missed vaccines at any time. Adults that have received all 3 doses can receive 1-lifetime booster if at high risk.

Certificate

Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

Most people experience long-term protection with completion of course.

Recommended For

Routine immunization; travel vaccination also recommended for visits to high risk regions.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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Tetanus, Diptheria, Acellular Pertusus
TDAP is a combination vaccine that can prevent tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis. Tetanus enters the body through cuts or wounds, causes painful stiffening of the muscles and other life-threatening problems. Diptheria can cause long term heart, lung, and neurological problems, and Pertussis also known as whooping cough can also cause severe respiratory illnesses, especially in the young. These diseases are potentially life-threatening and disabling, also preventable; therefore, immunization is recommended.

Dosage & Instructions

Adults that have never received a dose of TDAP should receive one. Adults should also receive a booster dose every 10 years, or sooner in the case of a contaminated wound or a burn.

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Immunization record not mandatory, but useful.

Protection

Vaccine protection generally lasts for 10 years, but a booster is recommended if there's a cut, burn or contaminated exposure and previous immunization has been over 5 years.

Recommended For

Routine immunization; travel vaccination also recommended for visits to high risk regions.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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Hepatitis A
The Hepatitis A vaccine protects against the Hepatitis A virus (HAV) that can cause infection and damage to the liver. The disease can often be spread from contaminated food and water or from person to person. Hepatitis A can be serious and sometimes cause permanent damage, fortunately, it is also preventable with vaccination.

Dosage & Instructions

The Hepatitis A vaccine is given as 2 shots, six months apart, and completion of both are needed for full protection. People that have been partially vaccinated should make up for missed dose. A single shot of Hepatitis A vaccine may even offer protection 2 weeks after exposure.

Certificate

Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

Most people experience long-term protection with completion of course.

Recommended For

Routine immunization; travel vaccination also recommended for visits to high risk regions.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


Book Your Hepatitis A Vaccination Today
Hepatitis B
The Hepatitis B vaccine protects against the Hepatitis B virus (HBV) that can cause infection and damage to the liver. The disease is spread from person to person through body fluid contact. Hepatitis B can be serious and can cause chronic damage, fortunately, it is also preventable with vaccination.

Dosage & Instructions

The Hepatitis B vaccine is given as a 2 or 3 shots series depending on the preparation, with the first and second dose administered at least 4 weeks apart. People that have been partially vaccinated should make up for missed dose as soon as possible. A single shot of Hepatitis B vaccine may offer protection if administered 24 hrs after exposure.

Certificate

Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

Most people experience long-term protection with completion of course.

Recommended For

Routine immunization; travel vaccination also recommended for visits to high risk regions.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


Book Your Hepatitis B Vaccination Today
Cholera
Cholera vaccination offers short term protection to people with exposure to the bacteria which can cause gastrointestinal problems, most notably with severe diarrhoea resulting in dehydration. The disease is transmitted by consuming contaminated food and water.

Dosage & Instructions

The vaccine for Cholera is administrated as a single oral dose and should be administered at least 10 days prior to exposure.

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Immunization record not mandatory, but useful.

Protection

The vaccine will effectively protect against Cholera for 30 days.

Recommended For

Travel vaccination; Not recommended for routine administration unless living in endemic area.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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HPV (Gardasil 9)
The HPV (Gardasil 9) vaccine protects against the group of viruses known as human papillomavirus that are mainly contracted during sexual intercourse. Persistent HPV can cause cancers and genital warts. The vaccine protects against strains of the virus; however, barrier methods of protection are recommended to prevent other diseases. Women are advised to continue with their regular smear tests.

Dosage & Instructions

Adults with a weakened immune system or that are under the age of 26 who have not received prior immunization should receive a series of 3 doses. The vaccine provides less benefit to those above 26 and most people have already been exposed by that age.

Certificate

Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

Most people experience long-term protection with completion of 3 series course.

Recommended For

Routine Immunization.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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Typhoid (Typhim Vi)
Typhoid vaccination offers short term protection to people being exposed to the bacteria which can cause gastrointestinal problems, fever, and can be potentially life-threatening. The disease is transmitted by consuming contaminated food and water and also from person to person.

Dosage & Instructions

The vaccine for Typhoid is administered as a single dose injection and should be administered at least 2 weeks prior to travel.

Certificate

Immunization record not mandatory, but useful.

Protection

The vaccine generally provides some form of protection and the efficacy diminishes over time. A booster every 2 years is recommended for repeated exposure.

Recommended For

Travel vaccination; Not recommended for routine administration unless living in endemic area.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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Rabies
The Rabies vaccine protects against the rabies virus and is usually well tolerated. The disease is transmitted from bites or scratches from an animal that is infected by rabies and can result in potentially life-threatening neurological illness.

Dosage & Instructions

Rabies vaccine administered for pre-exposure consists of a series of 3 injections. The second dose is administered one week after the initial and the third dose 2-3 weeks after the initial dose.

Certificate

Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

People that have previously received a complete course of Rabies vaccine have a simplified course upon exposure. Post-exposure booster is often required along with further medical evaluation.

Recommended For

Travel vaccination; Not recommended for routine administration unless living in endemic area.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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Japanese Encephalitis
The Japanese Encephalitis vaccine is effective at preventing the disease which causes an infection of the brain and can be potentially fatal. The disease is transmitted by mosquitos in endemic areas.

Dosage & Instructions

The Japanese Encephalitis vaccine is administered as a 2 part vaccine spaced 28 days apart. The second vaccine should be administered 1 week prior to travel.

Certificate

Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

The exact protective duration is unknown. A booster is recommended if prior vaccine is over 1 year from exposure risk.

Recommended For

Travel vaccination; Not recommended for routine administration unless living in endemic area.

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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Flu
Although variable in efficacy from year to year, the influenza vaccination generally protects against influenza viruses that are common during the winter seasons and are highly contagious. Influenza causes respiratory infections which are generally limited in healthy individuals. High-risk individuals are strongly recommended to have routine flu vaccines.

Dosage & Instructions

The flu vaccine protects from illness and the spread of the virus. It should be administered annually as a single injection vaccine.

Certificate

Immunization record not mandatory, but useful.

Protection

Influenza vaccines vary from year to year due to the rapid change of the virus. Protective effects are generally limited to the same season or year.

Recommended For

Routine Immunization

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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AntiMalarial
Malaria is a mosquito-transmitted disease caused by a parasite that is prevalent in tropical regions. Malaria causes fever, chills, body aches anaemia, and in severe cases can be life-threatening. Prevention includes barrier methods and repellents to avoid mosquito bites, and preventative medications to prevent disease.

Dosage & Instructions

Malaria prophylaxis is not a vaccination. There are different medications used to prevent Malaria and the exact regimen will depend on the area of travel, duration, and existing medical problems. Medication is prescribed to take before, during and after travel.

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A prescription is required for Malarial prophylaxis regimen.

Protection

When properly taken, prophylaxis is effective at preventing Malaria although not 100% depending on various factors including medication resistance.

Recommended For

Prevention Medication

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


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Pneumonia (PPSV-23 Polysaccharide)
PPSV-23 vaccine is administered to adults and is effective in protecting against 23 types of bacteria that can cause common upper respiratory infection. The vaccine is ineffective for young children. Most adults will not need this vaccine unless they smoke, are in a higher risk group with other medical conditions, or are above the age of 65.

Dosage & Instructions

PPSV-23 is administered as a single vaccine and protection develops within 2-3 weeks. Depending on prior Pneumonia vaccination history and other risk factors, a booster may be recommended.

Certificate

Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

Most people experience long-term protection from vaccination.

Recommended For

Routine Immunization

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


Book Your Pneumonia (PPSV-23 Polysaccharide) Vaccination Today
Pneumonia (PCV-13 Conjugate)
PCV-13 vaccine is effective in protecting against 13 types of bacteria that can cause common upper respiratory infections such as ear, throat and lung infections. Most adults will not need this vaccine unless they smoke, are in a higher risk group with other medical conditions, or have not had the vaccine in childhood.

Dosage & Instructions

PCV-13 is typically administered to children; however, adults over the age of 65 or that have certain chronic medical conditions may benefit from a single-dose vaccine.

Certificate

Immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.

Protection

Most people experience long-term protection from vaccination.

Recommended For

Routine Immunization

Availability

Only available in select clinics - Select location and click book to view pricing


Book Your Pneumonia (PCV-13 Conjugate) Vaccination Today

Unsure on Your Vaccinations?

Click below to access information from the World Health Organisation regarding which vaccinations are recommended or required for your chosen destination.

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