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Armenia Travel Health Advice

There are no immunizations required for travellers to Armenia but vaccinations for hepatitis A and hepatitis B should be considered. There is a small risk of malaria between June and October in some of the villages of the Ararat Valley. Tap water should not be drunk, unless filtered or boiled. Medical care is limited, particularly outside of Yerevan, and treatment is not recommended for anything major. Comprehensive medical insurance should include emergency medical evacuation. All required prescription medication should be taken along, in the original packaging and accompanied by a signed doctor's note.


View information on diseases:

Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Malaria

Armenia Travel Health Advice

There are no immunizations required for travellers to Armenia but vaccinations for hepatitis A and hepatitis B should be considered. There is a small risk of malaria between June and October in some of the villages of the Ararat Valley. Tap water should not be drunk, unless filtered or boiled. Medical care is limited, particularly outside of Yerevan, and treatment is not recommended for anything major. Comprehensive medical insurance should include emergency medical evacuation. All required prescription medication should be taken along, in the original packaging and accompanied by a signed doctor's note.


View information on diseases:

Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Malaria