Na THNa C World Health Organization CDC Travel Health Services Country Insights Travel Warnings Consular Information Foreign Commonweatlh Office The U. Embassy is located in Barbados in the Wildey Business Part, Wildey, St. The Consular Section telephone number is  (246) 431-0225. There is an airport departure tax and environmental levy charged when leaving the country.
Country Code: 758 USADirect Tel.: 1 Electrical Standards: Electrical current is 240/50 (volts/hz). I recommend all travelers use a combination of DEET or Picaridin repellent on their skin and Permethrin fabric insecticide on their clothing for greater than 99% protection against mosquito and tick bites. birth certificate with a government-issued photo ID). Anyone requiring an extension must apply to the Ministry of National Security.
Typhoid: Recommended for all travelers except short-stay visitors and cruise ship passengers..
Yellow Fever: Yellow fever vaccination is required for all travelers 1 year of age arriving from any infected country in the yellow fever endemic zones in Africa or the Americas, but is not recommended or required otherwise.
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The Consular Section fax number is  (246) 431-0179. There is no Canadian diplomatic representation in St. Canadian travelers should contact the Canadian High Commission in Barbados. Hepatitis A: Recommended for all travelers 1 year of age not previously immunized against hepatitis A.
In the event of a serious illness or injury that can't be treated adequately in this country, you should be evacuated by air ambulance to Martinique, Puerto Rico, or Miami. Victoria Hospital is the main trauma facility on the island.
(Call 911 for emergency ambulance service.) Recent improvements include: Operating suite upgrades, a 6-bed Intensive (ICU) and Cardiac Care Unit (CCU), a 3-bed Recovery Room, a new central sterilization Service Department and the provision of laboratory, radiology and X-ray imaging services.
Passport/Visa: COUNTRY DESCRIPTION: For information, travelers can contact the Embassy of St. Travelers may be exposed by needle sharing and unprotected sex; from acupuncture, tattooing or body piercing; when receiving non-sterile medical or dental injections, or unscreened blood transfusions; by direct contact with open skin sores on an infected person.
Recommended for long-term travelers, expatriates, and any traveler requesting protection against hepatitis B infection.
Influenza: Vaccination recommended for all travelers 6 months of age who have not received a flu shot in the previous 12 months.
Note: ADACEL and Boostrix are new tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (Tdap) vaccines that not only boost immunity against diphtheria and tetanus, but have the advantage of also protecting against pertussis (whooping cough), a serious disease in adults as well as children.
The Tdap vaccines can be administered in place of the Td vaccine when a booster is indicated.