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There exist no major sanitary risks in Tahiti and her islands, taking into account the high level of development and living standards can fit and satisfy the more demanding visitors.
Though it is good for the travellers to take some precautions before travelling and when they are at the destination.
First of all, it is good to be sure before travel that you are up to date on all routine immunizations according to schedules approved by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practice (ACIP).
A number of precautions that travellers should follow are listed below:
  • Avoid night driving and wear seatbelts
  • Mosquito bite prevention and insect bite protection
  • Avoid drinking non-treated water - only drink bottled or canned water
  • Eat only thoroughly cooked food or fruits and vegetables you have peeled yourself
  • To prevent fungal and parasitic infections, keep feet clean and dry, and do not go barefoot
  • Always use latex condoms to reduce the risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases
  • Don’t eat food purchased from street vendors
  • Don’t drink beverages with ice
  • Don’t share needles with anyone
  • Don’t handle animals (especially monkeys, dogs, and cats), to avoid bites and serious diseases (including rabies and plague - risk for travellers is small)
  • Don’t swim in fresh water. Salt water is usually safer
  • Earthquakes and cyclones may occur - take care and heed local precautions.


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