Before beginning your travel prepare yourself to stay healthy on your trip. Make an appointment with a travel health/vaccination provider at least two weeks before your schedule to see what vaccines or medicines you may need. Most vaccines are valid weeks after vaccination based on the diseases or health risks currently concerning at your destination.
Travel health/vaccination providers can help you get destination-specific and itinerary-related vaccines, medicines, and information. Hence better to share the following information about yourself or your trip with your travel health/vaccination provider
Special conditions such as pregnancy, allergies, or chronic health problems.
Destinations on your itinerary.
Timing and length of your trip.
Type of travel (business or recreational).
Prepare a travel health kit for items that may be difficult to find during travel or at your destination. The list of items in your travel health kit should include alcohol-based hand sanitizer, water treatment tablets, insect repellent, your prescriptions and other over-the-counter medicines. For more information use the checklist here.