No vaccinations are officially required to enter Bali. It’s advisable to be up to date on vaccinations for typhoid, tetanus, Hepatitis A & B, diphtheria, MMR, chickenpox, polio, and a current flu shot. Malaria is uncommon, but if you are going to be spending time in an at-risk area, get medication from your doctor and begin taking it prior to exposure as prescribed.
Before traveling, consult with your physician or a travel clinic doctor on the necessary vaccinations for safe travel to Bali and other locations on your travel itinerary - especially since health conditions and recommendations are subject to change.
Malaria and Japanese Encephalitis are uncommon in Bali, and there is no risk of Yellow Fever. For more information, ask your doctor and check the CDC website.
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