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HEALTH EQUIPMENT

Firstly please do not forget to bring suitable items with your traveling purpose: Sunglasses, broad-brimmed hat, sun cream… for your beach holiday or mosquitoes spray for the forest adventure tour (discover the forest…)…

Medicines you may need to bring with:

Health CareHealth CareThe prescription medicines you take every day. Make sure you have enough to last during your trip. Keep them in their original prescription bottles and always in your carry-on luggage. Be sure to follow security guidelines, if the medicines are liquids.

Anti-malarial drugs, if traveling to a malaria-risk area in Vietnam and prescribed by your doctor.

Medicine for diarrhea, usually over-the-counter.

Note: Some drugs available by prescription in your country are illegal in other countries. Check with the embassy or consulate for the country you intend to visit and if your medication is not allowed, ask your health-care provider to write a letter on office stationery stating the medication has been prescribed for you.

Other items you may need:

Iodine tablets and portable water filters to purify water if bottled water is not available. Antibacterial hand wipes or alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.

To prevent insect/mosquito bites, bring:

Lightweight long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and a hat to wear outside, whenever possible. Flying-insect spray to help clear rooms of mosquitoes. The product should contain a parathyroid insecticide; these insecticides quickly kill flying insects, including mosquitoes. See other suggested over-the-counter medications and first aid items for a travelers' health kit. Incase of bad condition in your traveling, please contact the nearest local hospital for the timely cure. Check this link for the list of hospitals in Vietnam.

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