Chickenpox is a highly contagious viral infection caused by the varicella zoster virus.
Young children under the age of 10 are most likely to catch the disease, however it can present in adults and symptoms are then generally more serious
Itchy red spots over some or all of the body developing into fluid filled blisters, then scabbing over.
Other symptoms include:
If untreated, cholera can rapidly lead to serious dehydration and shock; fifty percent of those with serious complications, die. With quick and effective treatment, risk of dying is less than one percent.
*Vaccines work best if given time to become active. This vaccine can be given up to the day before travel and will provide some cover.