Nali naljaks, aga http://www.lonelyplanet.com/thorntree/thread.jspa?messageID=11601433� hirmutab meid: "You need the usual vaccines against polio-tetanos-diphtery, and possibly Hepatis B. It is also advisable to have the hepatit A vaccine since food may not always be hygienic (though you can be contaminated by Hepatis A as well in Canada), and the typhoid vaccine. ... be sure you are up-to-date on childhood vaccinations-measles, mumps, chicken pox, polio, tetanus, etc. You may want to consider hepatitis A if you were not previously vaccinated. It is spread by contaminated food and water and you have no control over who has been handling your food & drink and how meticulous they are about hand washing. Heck, you can get hep A in a restaurant in Canada for the same reason. As for other travel vaccines such as typhoid or rabies, you will want to discuss this with your own doctor or a travel medicine specialist, so you can evaluate your personal health situation and your travel plans--e.g., a week lying on a beach vs. a month living in a tiny remote village; a healthy young person vs. an elder who is HIV+. " Kui tõsiselt seda võtta? Kavatsen kolistada oaasides ja nuubia külades.
Vabandan modede ees, aga ma ei leidnud otsinguga tõesti midagi vastavat. Kõhukinnistite jutu alla ei olnud ju mõtet seda postitada.