There are no required vaccination to enter India, aside for yellow fever if you are arriving from countries with risk of Yellow fever virus transmission but according to www.nc.cdc.gov website, travellers to India should at least have all routine vaccinations, as well as Hepatitis A and Typhoid. The latter is a real risk in India, as it can be contracted from contaminated water, which is not uncommon in the country. Approximately 8% of travellers to developing countries require medical care during or after travel; the main diagnoses are vaccine-preventable diseases. The World Health Organization (WHO) emphasizes that all international travellers should be up to date with routine vaccinations.
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The insurance sector has gone through a number of phases by allowing private companies to solicit Insurance and also allowing foreign direct investment. India allowed private companies in Insurance sector in 2000. Travel Insurance is not mandatory for India as
There were 35,416 hospitals in India in 2013. This includes both Government and private hospitals. There are world-class private hospitals in Delhi, Mumbai , Chennai and Calcutta and good hospitals in all other major tourist areas. In India, almost all the doctors can speak