San Marcos Travel Vaccines

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October 21, 2023
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Travel vaccines and medications offered at local pharmacies in San Marcos Texas in 2023.

San Marcos, Texas Travel Vaccines 2023

Certified pharmacies offer travel vaccination services in Kyle (78640), New Braunfels (78130), and San Marcos, Texas, 78666

Yellow Fever Vaccine in San Marcos, Texas

Yellow Fever (YF-Vax) vaccinations, yellow fever cards, and advice are offered in San Marcos. In addition, proof of previous yellow fever vaccination (International Certificates of Vaccination or Prophylaxis - ICVP) is required by about thirty countries, such as Brazil, and encouraged by the U.S. CDC when visiting specific African and South American countries, such as Brazil.

Travel Vaccines 2023

Travel vaccines offered in San Marcos include but are not limited to the following U.S. FDA-authorized vaccines:

Cholera vaccines are not available in the U.S. until late 2023.

Yellow Fever (Stamaril, YF-Vax) vaccination is required when visiting certain countries.

Mpox (Jynneos) vaccine remains available in most countries.

Polio (IPOL) vaccination is suggested when visiting polio outbreak countries.

Dengue (Dengvaxia) is US FDA-approved but requires pre-approval.

Typhoid vaccines are available.

Malaria (Mosquirix RTSS/AS01) vaccines are only available in Africa in 2023.

Measles (MMR, Proquad, Priorix) vaccination offers protection when visiting outbreak areas.

Rotavirus (Rotarix) vaccines are available.

San Marcos Airports

San Marcos, TX, travelers have two major airports to choose from, the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) and the San Antonio International Airport (SAT), located at 9800 Airport Blvd, San Antonio, Texas, 78216

Travel Alerts For San Marcos, Texas

As of 2023, neither the U.S. CDC, the Health Advisory Network, nor the U.S. Department of State had issued an Advisory focused on San Marcos, Texas. Previously, San Marcos Public Health and Hays County Health had issued COVID-19, mpox, and influenza advisories. And the Texas  Department of State Health Services issued a mpox alert in 2022.