Make a first-aid pharmacy. (Analgesic, anti-diarrheic, laxative, antacid, disinfectant, bandages, sterilized compresses,)
Dengue: The risk of mosquito contagion is low. It is advisable to protect yourself by applying cream or spray repellents. We do not encourage the use of preventive treatments when they are not needed.
No vaccinations are required to enter Costa Rica. But it is recommended to be up to date on vaccines: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Tetanus, Polio and Typhoid. If you passed through a country or region affected by yellow fever, an international certificate of vaccination against this disease is required. You are particularly concerned if you come from Guyana.
Hygiene is at its peak in Costa Rica. The water is potable in big cities but not in rural areas. It is best to drink mineral water especially in coastal areas. Bottled water is easy to find. Fruits and vegetables will first be rinsed or eat cooked.
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