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Travel and tropical disease specialists - available 7-days a week with extended hours.
Give us a call at 905-897-8928 to make an appointment.

We are a Public Health Agency of Canada approved Yellow Fever Immunization Center

Travel Advisories

Zika Virus - March 25, 2016

There have been travel-related cases of Zika virus reported in Canada. However, there have been no locally acquired cases. On March 8, 2016 the World Health Organization declared the Zika Virus a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The Public Health Agency of Canada recommends that pregnant women and those planning a pregnancy avoid travel to countries with ongoing Zika virus outbreaks. All travellers should protect themselves from mosquito bites.

  • Pregnant women and those planning a pregnancy should avoid travel to countries with ongoing Zika virus outbreak
  • Travellers should protect themselves from mosquito bites at all times
  • Most people with the Zika virus illness will have mild symptoms that resolve with simple supportive care
  • If travel cannot be avoided or postponed strict mosquito bite prevention measures should be followed





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Traveling Soon?

Our travel clinic specialists will consult & determine which vaccines best-fit your needs. Generally, we provide the following services:

  • Personalized consultation depending upon your destinations
  • Medication review services
  • Personalized vaccination and immunity assessment
  • Relevant immunization and medication prescription provision
  • Education of specific health risks relevant to the traveller
  • Vaccinations are administered by qualified and well-experienced medical doctors only
  • Up-to-date travel information and advice for preventative care
  • Appointments available 7-days a week including evenings & weekends
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