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China Tour Hygiene and vaccinations Requirements

Health Requirements
Immunization against smallpox and cholera is no longer required for entry into the People's Republic of China. While you travel to China with Holiday China Tour, we always carefully select restaurants and hotels that are clean and safe in order to provide you with a safe and healthy environment. However, we do suggest you have sorts of vaccinations 4 to 6 weeks before your trip as the following, especially if you choose to go and visit those remote and /or rural areas.
Hepatitis A or immune globulin (IG)
Hepatitis B
(We suggest 11 to 12-year-old children who did not receive it as infants have vaccination of Hepatitis B.)
Rabies, if you might have possibility to be exposed to wild or domestic animals.
Typhoid, for visiting developing countries.
While no vaccinations are required for a trip to China (except for Yellow Fever if you're arriving from an infected area), it is recommended that you see your physician and preferably a doctor at a travel medicine clinic at least 4-6 weeks before you are scheduled to depart. There are some recommended vaccines and it's important that you take the necessary precautions and be up-to-date on your routine vaccines.
Vaccination Requirements
Currently there are no required immunizations for travel to China, but check with your local consulate to make sure this policy has not changed. Depending

on how long you are staying in China and whether you will be spending your time in urban or rural areas, there are different vaccinations that are recommended by travel health specialists. Discuss your travel needs with a doctor that specializes in travel medicine. Universities often have travel clinics that provide a less expensive way of getting your vaccinations. The most useful vaccinations for China are hepatitis A, hepatitis B, tetanus/diptheria, Japanese encephalitis, and typhoid fever. Some doctors also recommend getting a rabies shot and taking malaria pills.
Most hospitals in China do not have English-speaking staff on hand, so if you are in need of medical attention, remember your phrase book or bring a Chinese friend along.
AEA International Clinic has foreign doctors available 24 hours a day, and stocks over-the-counter and prescription medications. This clinic also has dental service.
Beijing AEA International Clinic
Ta Yuan Diplomatic Office Building 2-1-1
14 Liangmahe South Road, 1/F
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100600, China
(010) 6462-9112 or (010) 6462-9100 (24-hour number)
Fax: (010) 6462-9111
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Friendship Hospital Foreigners' Service has established hours for regular care, but will provide emergency medical attention 24 hours a day.
Friendship Hospital Foreigners' Service
95 Yongan Lu, Xuanwuqu
Beijing, China
(010) 6301-4411, ext. 441 or 442
The IMC clinic has English-speaking doctors available around the clock and also stocks over-the-counter and prescription medications. It is best to make an appointment at this clinic rather than to drop in.
International Medical Center (IMC)
Lufthansa Center, Suite 106
Number 50, Liangmaqiao Road
Beijing 100016, China
(010) 6465-1561 or (010) 6465-1563 (24-hour number)
Fax: (010) 6465-1984
Other reputable hospitals include the following:
Beijing Union Medical College
1 Shifuyuan, Wangfujing
Beijing, China
(010) 512-7733, ext. 217
Sino-German Policlinic
Landmark Tower B-1
Beijing, China
(010) 6501-1983
Xiehe Hospital (also known as Capital Hospital or as PUMC)
53 Dongdanbei Dajie, 6th Floor
Beijing, China
(010) 6529-5296 or (010) 6513-5002
No. 3 Hospital
Shihui Jie
Chengdu, China
No. 1 People's Hospital
602 Renmin Beilu
Guangzhou, China
(020) 333-3090
Changzhen Hospital
415 Fengyang Road
Shanghai, China
(021) 6327-5997
Huashan Hospital
12, Wulumuqi Road (M)
Shanghai, China
(021) 6248-9999
Ruijin Hospital
192, Ruijing Road (the 2nd)
Shanghai, China
(021) 6437-0045
Zhongshan Hospital
180, Fengling Road
Shanghai, China
(021) 6471-3400
Although English-speaking personnel may not be available, the following pharmacies stock some Western medicines:
Dongdan Drug Store
97 Dongdan Beidajie
Beijing, China
(010) 6525-1904
Watson's Drug Store
Holiday Inn Lido Hotel
Beijing, China
(010) 6436-7651
Wangfujing Drug Store
267 Wangfujing Street
Beijing, China
(010) 6525-2322
Author/Editor By : HCT