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Risk / Health Info for Bermuda

Do I need injections for Bermuda?

The vaccines you need for Bermuda include hepatitis A, an unpleasant GI illness that you can pick up from food or water.

Some groups of travellers to Bermuda should consider a hepatitis B vaccine. These include children, and frequent and long-stay travellers. Hepatitis B can be contracted via bodily fluids so if you are going to Bermuda to work in a healthcare setting, including dentistry or in a lab that handles bodily fluids, a hepatitis B vaccine is recommended. Hep B is also contracted through recreational intravenous drug use and unprotected sex. Another infection route is invasive medical or cosmetic procedures. If any of this applies to you, enquire about getting a hepatitis B vaccine before you go to Bermuda.

Are there hospitals in Bermuda?

The medical facilities in Bermuda are good, but if you are seriously ill you will be evacuated to the US. Ensure your travel insurance will cover you for medivac, and for any treatment you receive in the US.

Protect your health in Bermuda

It is possible to contract several mosquito-borne illnesses in Bermuda so it is a very good idea to avoid bites wherever possible. Wear clothing with good limb coverage and use a reliable insect repellent. Sleep under nets wherever possible. And if a vaccine or prophylaxis is available, make use of it. For more mosquito avoidance advice, speak with your travel advisor or check NHS Fit for Travel.

Chikungunya virus in Bermuda
Cases of Chikungunya virus have been reported in Bermuda. It is spread by day-biting mosquitoes and you can guard against infection by covering up and using mosquito repellents. Infection results in joint pains, fever, rash and headache. It clears up after a few days, but some patients are left with swollen and painful joints for weeks or even years afterwards.
Dengue fever in Bermuda
There have been cases of the mosquito-borne virus dengue fever in Bermuda. Dengue fever is also known as breakbone fever because of the severe bone, joint and muscular pains it causes, in addition to flu-like fever and headache. There is no vaccine for dengue fever. Avoid mosquito bites by using insect repellents (50% DEET) and by wearing protective clothing. Sleeping with mosquito nets is also recommended.

Covid-19 Testing for Bermuda

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Recommended Vaccines for Bermuda

Vaccine NameCourse
Hepatitis A2 Doses
Hepatitis A and B combined (adult)3 Doses
Hepatitis A and B combined (paediatric)2 Doses
Hepatitis A (paediatric)1 Dose
Hepatitis B3 Doses
Hepatitis B (paediatric)3 Doses
This is a general list of travel vaccinations and immunisations for Bermuda. Specific vaccines can only be determined after appointment with our travel nurse.

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About Bermuda

Bermuda is an archipelago of about 138 islands and islets. The main ones are connected by a network of road bridges. It has a subtropical climate. Owing to the taxation system Bermuda is an attractive location for multinational businesses, particularly insurance companies.

top Tips for travelling to Bermuda

There is plenty for visitors to do in Bermuda, including aquariums, museums and historic sites. There are plenty of beaches, many of them with pink sand. Horseshoe Bay Beach can get crowded and the surf may be rough but has plenty of facilities and you may be able to view the sea caves there.