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What You Need to Know Before You Get Sick In Japan

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18. January. 2019

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While Japan is regarded as a clean and safe country to visit, it’s possible that you may still become ill due to differences in climate and exposure to diseases that you may not be accustomed to. It’s a good idea to consult your local health practitioner before departing to get their expert advice about any special precautions or vaccinations you may need and wear a mask if you’re worried about getting sick. In this article, we’ll introduce some common ways people get sick when they travel to Japan, as well as offer information about drug stores, pharmacies, hospitals and what to do in an emergency.

What You Need To Know Before You Get Sick In Japan

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  • Sicknesses you should be careful of in Japan
  • Heatstroke in summer
  • Gastroenteritis and colds in winter
  • Prevention options at Japanese drugstores
  • Visiting hospitals in Japan

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