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Bali urges inbound tourists to get dengue jabs amid surge in cases

The regional government of Bali, Indonesia has urged foreign tourists coming to the island to get dengue vaccines as the dengue fever cases are surging in the country.

Gusti Ayu Raka Susanti, Acting Head of Disease Prevention and Control (P2P), Bali Health Agency, said on Saturday that dengue vaccines were not yet to be a national mandatory but tourists were advised to get the jabs just to ensure they would remain healthy their travel, when they entered endemic areas.

“The dengue fever vaccinations are highly suggested, not only for tourists, but also all Balinese people, so that they can protect themselves from dengue infections,” she said as quoted by local media.

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