Preece - Answered a Question by Broomhead (14 Jun 08 17:48)

I went to the caribbean on the 5th dec 07 for 2 weeks, didn't have any jabs, however it will depend on what part of the caribbean you visit... i went with ocean village 2 and called at Barbados, Tortola, St Kitts, St Maarten, Martinque, St Lucia, Dominca, Isla Marguerita, Grenada, Antigua and St Vincent. I didn't have any problems. have a great cruise. Submitted by Debbie, Gloucester 14/6/08.

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Broomhead - replied to Preece (15 Jun 08 15:19)

Many thanks Debbie Preece of Gloucester you put my mind at rest now, Thanks again.

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Johnstone - Answered a Question by Broomhead (14 Jun 08 18:49)

I've been to the Caribbean three times and never had any injection but if you want to be sure, ask your doctor.

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Crandon - Answered a Question by Broomhead (15 Jun 08 18:04)

We went to Caribbean in March 08. No jabs needed for us. Just double check with what islands you are visiting. May need malaria tablets if going to certain islands, but we didn't need them. I don't think you would need them but also double check with your GP or OV directly.

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