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    Programs that provide inoculations to prevent individuals who will be traveling outside the U.S., Canada and Europe from contracting infectious diseases such as typhoid, typhus, hepatitis A and B, malaria, dysentery or yellow fever.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Health/Medical Care ServicesProvides information and vaccines for seasonal flu, H1N1 (swine flu), and other vaccinations for children and adults.ClintonANNUAL FLU SHOT AND OTHER IMMUNIZATIONSCLINTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
    Health/Medical Care ServicesRensselaer County Department of Health has clinics for Adult Immunizations, Childhood Immunizations, and Pneumonia and Flu Immunizations. Travel vaccines and information are also provided to children and adults who have international travel plans.RensselaerIMMUNIZATION CLINICRENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
    Health/Medical Care ServicesThe Warren County Travel Clinic administers immunizations for typhoid, yellow fever, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, polio, and influenza to travelers. Consultation regarding the travelers' health needs are conducted with a physician. WarrenTRAVEL CLINICWARREN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
    Health/Medical Care ServicesWhitney Young is one of the largest providers in the Capital Region of travel immunizations. It is best to schedule travel immunizations at least 4-6 weeks before one's trip, especially if a series of injections is needed. It is important to be aware that it takes about two full weeks for full immunity (protection from disease) to develop.AlbanyTRAVEL HEALTHWHITNEY M. YOUNG JR. HEALTH SERVICES

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