Travel health

It is important to know that, when travelling abroad, you can prevent some types of encephalitis that are transmitted by ticks, mosquitoes or animal bites.

Sadly, we know first-hand the impact that Japanese encephalitis and tick-borne encephalitis can have on individuals and their families.

Continue reading for more information about the preventative measures you can take.




Infectious encephalitis guidelines for travellers

Travelling abroad? Find out more about the risks of infectious encephalitis and the available preventative measures

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Free Spirit travel insurance

Free Spirit provides specialist travel insurance for people with medical conditions and disabilities, including encephalitis

Free Spirit travel insurance

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One person is diagnosed with encephalitis every minute, and life for them and their family will never be the same again. Make a donation today and help us build a world aware of encephalitis, its consequences and the support available.

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Page Created: 20 October 2023
Last Modified: 30 November 2023
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