Japanese encephalitis


Japanese encephalitis

Vaccination against Japanese encephalitis - We are available in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Partille, Linköping, and Örebro.

Japanese encephalitis is a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes. The disease can lead to serious health problems, such as inflammation of the brain.

Vaccination is the most effective way to protect against the disease.

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Price: SEK 1395

Duration: 15 min

When is vaccination against Japanese encephalitis needed?

Vaccination against Japanese encephalitis is recommended for children from 2 months of age and up. Adults and the elderly are also advised to be vaccinated against Japanese encephalitis in cases where longer trips in risk areas are planned. The vaccination consists of two doses at four-week intervals for the best protection. A third refill dose is also recommended for adults, taking 12–24 months after the last dose is taken.

Does the Japanese encephalitis vaccine have any side effects?

Just like with all vaccines, there may be some side effects with the Japanese encephalitis vaccine. The most common side effects are mild and may include redness, swelling, or pain at the injection site, headache, fatigue, and muscle aches. Serious side effects are very rare

In which cities do you vaccinate against Japanese encephalitis? 

We vaccinate at all our clinics in Stockholm (Kista, Hammarby Sjöstad, and Tyresö), Gothenburg, Partille, Linköping, and Örebro.

*How does your price guarantee on vaccination work?

We offer a price guarantee against other private healthcare providers for vaccinations and medical certificates. Our locations include Stockholm, Gothenburg, Partille, Örebro, and Linköping.

The price guarantee applies to the regular price. The guarantee does not cover temporary promotions or other special offers.

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Contact us through our webpage or call us att 010-550 26 00 to find out more about vaccination against TBE or other vaccines.