It is advisable to be vigilant on a few points in order not to suffer any health inconveniences during your trip. Travelling to Northern India requires taking precautions against certain diseases, although this does not present any major health risks. No vaccine is required to enter Indian territory. Only a certificate of antiamarile vaccination is required for travellers coming from areas infected, in particular with the yellow fever virus. However, precautions must be taken. Beyond the updated vaccination record, it is recommended to make the hepatitis A and B vaccines before travelling to North India. Finally, the water is not drinkable in Northern India, it is necessary to drink bottled water and make sure that the capsule is sealed.

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