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    sharon safari concierge co za SA Mobile 27 82 954 1520 Email bianca safari concierge co za SA Mobile 27 82 451 3068 General Enquiries concierge safari concierge co za

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    immediately available For detailed information about these antimalarial drugs see Information for the Public Prescription Drugs for Malaria More Information About Malaria Malaria is always a serious disease and may be a deadly illness Humans get malaria from the bite of a mosquito infected with the parasite Prevent this serious disease by seeing your health care provider for a prescription antimalarial drug and by protecting yourself against mosquito bites see below Travelers to malaria risk areas in Botswana including infants children and former residents of Botswana should take one of the following antimalarial drugs listed above Symptoms Malaria symptoms may include fever chills sweats headache body aches nausea and vomiting Fatigue Malaria symptoms will occur at least 7 to 9 days after being bitten by an infected mosquito Fever in the first week of travel in a malaria risk area is unlikely to be malaria however you should see a doctor right away if you develop a fever during your trip Malaria may cause anemia and jaundice Malaria infections with Plasmodium falciparum if not promptly treated may cause kidney failure coma and death Despite using the protective measures outlined above travelers may still develop malaria up to a year after returning from a malarious area You should see a doctor immediately if you develop a fever anytime during the year following your return and tell the physician of your travel Items to Bring With You Medicines you may need The prescription medicines you take every day Make sure you have enough to last during your trip Keep them in their original prescription bottles and always in your carry on luggage Be sure to follow security guidelines if the medicines are liquids Antimalarial drugs if traveling to a malaria risk area in Botswana and prescribed by your doctor Medicine for diarrhea usually over the counter Note Some drugs available by prescription in the US are illegal in other countries Check the US Department of State Consular Information Sheets for the country s you intend to visit or the embassy or consulate for that country s If your medication is not allowed in the country you will be visiting ask your health care provider to write a letter on office stationery stating the medication has been prescribed for you Other items you may need Iodine tablets and portable water filters to purify water if bottled water is not available See Preventing Cryptosporidiosis A Guide to Water Filters and Bottled Water and Safe Food and Water for more detailed information Sunblock and sunglasses for protection from harmful effects of UV sun rays See Skin Cancer Questions and Answers for more information Antibacterial hand wipes or alcohol based hand sanitizer containing at least 60 alcohol To prevent insect mosquito bites bring Lightweight long sleeved shirts long pants and a hat to wear outside whenever possible Flying insect spray to help clear rooms of mosquitoes The product should contain a pyrethroid insecticide these insecticides quickly kill flying insects including mosquitoes Bed nets treated with permethrin

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    in the US are illegal in other countries Check the US Department of State Consular Information Sheets for the country s you intend to visit or the embassy or consulate for that country s If your medication is not allowed in the country you will be visiting ask your health care provider to write a letter on office stationery stating the medication has been prescribed for you Other items you may need Iodine tablets and portable water filters to purify water if bottled water is not available See Preventing Cryptosporidiosis A Guide to Water Filters and Bottled Water and Safe Food and Water for more detailed information Sunblock and sunglasses for protection from harmful effects of UV sun rays See Skin Cancer Questions and Answers for more information Antibacterial hand wipes or alcohol based hand sanitizer containing at least 60 alcohol To prevent insect mosquito bites bring Lightweight long sleeved shirts long pants and a hat to wear outside whenever possible Flying insect spray to help clear rooms of mosquitoes The product should contain a pyrethroid insecticide these insecticides quickly kill flying insects including mosquitoes Bed nets treated with permethrin if you will not be sleeping in an air conditioned or well screened room and will be in malaria risk areas For use and purchasing information see Insecticide Treated Bed Nets on the CDC malaria site Overseas permethrin or another insecticide deltamethrin may be purchased to treat bed nets and clothes See other suggested over the counter medications and first aid items for a travelers health kit Note Check the Air Travel section of the Transportation Security Administration website for the latest information about airport screening procedures and prohibited items Other Diseases Found in Southern Africa Risk can vary between countries within this region and also within a country the quality of in country surveillance also varies The following are disease risks that might affect travelers this is not a complete list of diseases that can be present Environmental conditions may also change and up to date information about risk by regions within a country may also not always be available Dengue filariasis leishmaniasis onchocerciasis river blindness African tick bite fever a rickettsial infection and African trypanosomiasis African sleeping sickness transmitted by the bite of the tsetse fly are other diseases carried by insects that also occur in Southern African countries mostly in rural areas Protecting yourself against insect bites see below will help to prevent these diseases Schistosomiasis a parasitic infection is found in fresh water in Southern African countries Do not swim in fresh water except in well chlorinated swimming pools in Southern African countries For more information please see Swimming and Recreational Water Safety Polio reappeared in 2006 in Namibia Imported cases in neighboring countries have occasionally occurred Many countries in this region have high incidence rates of tuberculosis and high HIV prevalence rates For more information see the Geographic Distribution of Potential Health Hazards to Travelers and Goals and Limitations in determining actual disease risks by

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    symptoms will occur at least 7 to 9 days after being bitten by an infected mosquito Fever in the first week of travel in a malaria risk area is unlikely to be malaria however you should see a doctor right away if you develop a fever during your trip Malaria may cause anemia and jaundice Malaria infections with Plasmodium falciparum if not promptly treated may cause kidney failure coma and death Despite using the protective measures outlined above travelers may still develop malaria up to a year after returning from a malarious area You should see a doctor immediately if you develop a fever anytime during the year following your return and tell the physician of your travel Items to Bring With You Medicines you may need The prescription medicines you take every day Make sure you have enough to last during your trip Keep them in their original prescription bottles and always in your carry on luggage Be sure to follow security guidelines if the medicines are liquids Antimalarial drugs if traveling to a malaria risk area in Mozambique and prescribed by your doctor Medicine for diarrhea usually over the counter Note Some drugs available by prescription in the US are illegal in other countries Check the US Department of State Consular Information Sheets for the country s you intend to visit or the embassy or consulate for that country s If your medication is not allowed in the country you will be visiting ask your health care provider to write a letter on office stationery stating the medication has been prescribed for you Other items you may need Iodine tablets and portable water filters to purify water if bottled water is not available See Preventing Cryptosporidiosis A Guide to Water Filters and Bottled Water and Safe Food and Water for more detailed information Sunblock and sunglasses for protection from harmful effects of UV sun rays See Skin Cancer Questions and Answers for more information Antibacterial hand wipes or alcohol based hand sanitizer containing at least 60 alcohol To prevent insect mosquito bites bring Lightweight long sleeved shirts long pants and a hat to wear outside whenever possible Flying insect spray to help clear rooms of mosquitoes The product should contain a pyrethroid insecticide these insecticides quickly kill flying insects including mosquitoes Bed nets treated with permethrin if you will not be sleeping in an air conditioned or well screened room and will be in malaria risk areas For use and purchasing information see Insecticide Treated Bed Nets on the CDC malaria site Overseas permethrin or another insecticide deltamethrin may be purchased to treat bed nets and clothes See other suggested over the counter medications and first aid items for a travelers health kit Note Check the Air Travel section of the Transportation Security Administration website for the latest information about airport screening procedures and prohibited items Other Diseases Found in East Africa Risk can vary between countries within this region and also within a country the quality of

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    unless you have been diagnosed with life threatening malaria and no other options are immediately available For detailed information about these antimalarial drugs see Information for the Public Prescription Drugs for Malaria More Information About Malaria Malaria is always a serious disease and may be a deadly illness Humans get malaria from the bite of a mosquito infected with the parasite Prevent this serious disease by seeing your health care provider for a prescription antimalarial drug and by protecting yourself against mosquito bites see below Travelers to malaria risk areas in Botswana including infants children and former residents of Botswana should take one of the following antimalarial drugs listed above Malaria symptoms may include fever chills sweats headache body aches nausea and vomiting Fatigue Malaria symptoms will occur at least 7 to 9 days after being bitten by an infected mosquito Fever in the first week of travel in a malaria risk area is unlikely to be malaria however you should see a doctor right away if you develop a fever during your trip Malaria may cause anemia and jaundice Malaria infections with Plasmodium falciparum if not promptly treated may cause kidney failure coma and death Despite using the protective measures outlined above travelers may still develop malaria up to a year after returning from a malarious area You should see a doctor immediately if you develop a fever anytime during the year following your return and tell the physician of your travel Items to Bring With You Medicines you may need The prescription medicines you take every day Make sure you have enough to last during your trip Keep them in their original prescription bottles and always in your carry on luggage Be sure to follow security guidelines if the medicines are liquids Antimalarial drugs if traveling to a malaria risk area in Namibia and prescribed by your doctor Medicine for diarrhea usually over the counter Note Some drugs available by prescription in the US are illegal in other countries Check the US Department of State Consular Information Sheets for the country s you intend to visit or the embassy or consulate for that country s If your medication is not allowed in the country you will be visiting ask your health care provider to write a letter on office stationery stating the medication has been prescribed for you Other items you may need Iodine tablets and portable water filters to purify water if bottled water is not available See Preventing Cryptosporidiosis A Guide to Water Filters and Bottled Water and Safe Food and Water for more detailed information Sunblock and sunglasses for protection from harmful effects of UV sun rays See Skin Cancer Questions and Answers for more information Antibacterial hand wipes or alcohol based hand sanitizer containing at least 60 alcohol To prevent insect mosquito bites bring Lightweight long sleeved shirts long pants and a hat to wear outside whenever possible Flying insect spray to help clear rooms of mosquitoes The product should contain a pyrethroid insecticide

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    treatment e g for an accident Typhoid Recommended for all unvaccinated people traveling to or working in Southern Africa especially if visiting smaller cities villages or rural areas and staying with friends or relatives where exposure might occur through food or water Rabies Recommended for travelers spending a lot of time outdoors especially in rural areas involved in activities such as bicycling camping or hiking Also recommended for travelers with significant occupational risks such as veterinarians for long term travelers and expatriates living in areas with a significant risk of exposure and for travelers involved in any activities that might bring them into direct contact with bats carnivores and other mammals Children are considered at higher risk because they tend to play with animals may receive more severe bites or may not report bites Malaria Areas of South Africa with Malaria Present in the Mpumalanga Province Limpopo Northern Province and northeastern KwaZulu Natal as far south as the Tugela River Present in Kruger National Park If you will be visiting an area of South Africa with malaria you will need to discuss with your doctor the best ways for you to avoid getting sick with malaria Ways to prevent malaria include the following Taking a prescription antimalarial drug Using insect repellent and wearing long pants and sleeves to prevent mosquito bites Sleeping in air conditioned or well screened rooms or using bednets All of the following antimalarial drugs are equal options for preventing malaria in South Africa Atovaquone proguanil doxycycline or mefloquine For information that can help you and your doctor decide which of these drugs would be best for you please see Drugs to Prevent Malaria Note Chloroquine is NOT an effective antimalarial drug in South Africa and should not be taken to prevent malaria in this region To find out more information on malaria throughout the world you can use the interactive CDC malaria map You can search or browse countries cities and place names for more specific malaria risk information and the recommended prevention medicines for that area Malaria Contact for Health Care Providers For assistance with the diagnosis or management of suspected cases of malaria call the CDC Malaria Hotline 770 488 7788 M F 9 am 5 pm Eastern time For emergency consultation after hours call 770 488 7100 and ask to speak with a CDC Malaria Branch clinician A Special Note about Antimalarial Drugs You should purchase your antimalarial drugs before travel Drugs purchased overseas may not be manufactured according to United States standards and may not be effective They also may be dangerous contain counterfeit medications or contaminants or be combinations of drugs that are not safe to use Halofantrine marketed as Halfan is widely used overseas to treat malaria CDC recommends that you do NOT use halofantrine because of serious heart related side effects including deaths You should avoid using antimalarial drugs that are not recommended unless you have been diagnosed with life threatening malaria and no other options are immediately available

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    no other options are immediately available For detailed information about these antimalarial drugs see Information for the Public Prescription Drugs for Malaria More Information About Malaria Malaria is always a serious disease and may be a deadly illness Humans get malaria from the bite of a mosquito infected with the parasite Prevent this serious disease by seeing your health care provider for a prescription antimalarial drug and by protecting yourself against mosquito bites see below Travelers to malaria risk areas in Botswana including infants children and former residents of Botswana should take one of the following antimalarial drugs listed above Malaria symptoms may include fever chills sweats headache body aches nausea and vomiting Fatigue Malaria symptoms will occur at least 7 to 9 days after being bitten by an infected mosquito Fever in the first week of travel in a malaria risk area is unlikely to be malaria however you should see a doctor right away if you develop a fever during your trip Malaria may cause anemia and jaundice Malaria infections with Plasmodium falciparum if not promptly treated may cause kidney failure coma and death Despite using the protective measures outlined above travelers may still develop malaria up to a year after returning from a malarious area You should see a doctor immediately if you develop a fever anytime during the year following your return and tell the physician of your travel Items to Bring With You Medicines you may need The prescription medicines you take every day Make sure you have enough to last during your trip Keep them in their original prescription bottles and always in your carry on luggage Be sure to follow security guidelines if the medicines are liquids Antimalarial drugs if traveling to a malaria risk area in Swaziland and prescribed by your doctor Medicine for diarrhea usually over the counter Note Some drugs available by prescription in the US are illegal in other countries Check the US Department of State Consular Information Sheets for the country s you intend to visit or the embassy or consulate for that country s If your medication is not allowed in the country you will be visiting ask your health care provider to write a letter on office stationery stating the medication has been prescribed for you Other items you may need Iodine tablets and portable water filters to purify water if bottled water is not available See Preventing Cryptosporidiosis A Guide to Water Filters and Bottled Water and Safe Food and Water for more detailed information Sunblock and sunglasses for protection from harmful effects of UV sun rays See Skin Cancer Questions and Answers for more information Antibacterial hand wipes or alcohol based hand sanitizer containing at least 60 alcohol To prevent insect mosquito bites bring Lightweight long sleeved shirts long pants and a hat to wear outside whenever possible Flying insect spray to help clear rooms of mosquitoes The product should contain a pyrethroid insecticide these insecticides quickly kill flying insects including mosquitoes Bed nets

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    after being bitten by an infected mosquito Fever in the first week of travel in a malaria risk area is unlikely to be malaria however you should see a doctor right away if you develop a fever during your trip Malaria may cause anemia and jaundice Malaria infections with Plasmodium falciparum if not promptly treated may cause kidney failure coma and death Despite using the protective measures outlined above travelers may still develop malaria up to a year after returning from a malarious area You should see a doctor immediately if you develop a fever anytime during the year following your return and tell the physician of your travel Items to Bring With You Medicines you may need The prescription medicines you take every day Make sure you have enough to last during your trip Keep them in their original prescription bottles and always in your carry on luggage Be sure to follow security guidelines if the medicines are liquids Antimalarial drugs if traveling to a malaria risk area in Zambia and prescribed by your doctor Medicine for diarrhea usually over the counter Note Some drugs available by prescription in the US are illegal in other countries Check the US Department of State Consular Information Sheets for the country s you intend to visit or the embassy or consulate for that country s If your medication is not allowed in the country you will be visiting ask your health care provider to write a letter on office stationery stating the medication has been prescribed for you Other items you may need Iodine tablets and portable water filters to purify water if bottled water is not available See Preventing Cryptosporidiosis A Guide to Water Filters and Bottled Water and Safe Food and Water for more detailed information Sunblock and sunglasses for protection from harmful effects of UV sun rays See Skin Cancer Questions and Answers for more information Antibacterial hand wipes or alcohol based hand sanitizer containing at least 60 alcohol To prevent insect mosquito bites bring Lightweight long sleeved shirts long pants and a hat to wear outside whenever possible Flying insect spray to help clear rooms of mosquitoes The product should contain a pyrethroid insecticide these insecticides quickly kill flying insects including mosquitoes Bed nets treated with permethrin if you will not be sleeping in an air conditioned or well screened room and will be in malaria risk areas For use and purchasing information see Insecticide Treated Bed Nets on the CDC malaria site Overseas permethrin or another insecticide deltamethrin may be purchased to treat bed nets and clothes See other suggested over the counter medications and first aid items for a travelers health kit Note Check the Air Travel section of the Transportation Security Administration website for the latest information about airport screening procedures and prohibited items Other Diseases Found in Central Africa Risk can vary between countries within this region and also within a country the quality of in country surveillance also varies The following are disease

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