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Image24-hour First Aid/Medical Assistance (Guardia Medica)    118

The following vaccines may be recommended for your travel to Western Europe:
Hepatitis A or immune globulin (IG).

Hepatitis B, Its good to get a shot of it just in case you  get exposed to blood or body secretions (for example, health-care workers), or through improper medical treatment (using the same blade or syringe more than once), or even get involved in any sort of sexual activity with the local population. 

Hepatitis B vaccine is now recommended for all infants and for children ages 11-12 years who did not receive the series (as infants).


Important numbers in case of Medical Emergency:

 

24-hour First Aid/Medical Assistance (Guardia Medica)    118 

 Ambulances:
Public Red Cross - Croce Rossa    06 5510 or 118
White Cross - Croce Bianca     06-8181011
Green Cross     06-24302222
Poison Center - Centro Antiveleni     06-490663 (Policlinico Umberto I) 06-3054343 (Policlinico Gemelli) 

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