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Yellow Fever Vaccine in the Principality

17-02-2009-

Calling all travellers! The Yellow Fever vaccine is now available at the Princess Grace Hospital. Greatly awaited, the vaccine which will be available in Doctor Olivia Keita-Perse’s Travellers’ Clinic*, will make life easier for travellers: now consultations and vaccinations are available in one unique location.

All vaccinations for travellers (Typhoid, Hepatitis A, etc.) are also carried out at this clinic.

* Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Appointments can be made by phone from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on +33 4 92 41 67 95.

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