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My fiance when to a clinic similar to what you described, however he said they only offered "small island" vaccinations (whatever that is). If your fiance was able to get their vaccinations at a similar place for free or a small contribution can you tell me exactly where so that I may direct my fiance to that clinic.

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My fiance when to a clinic similar to what you described, however he said they only offered "small island" vaccinations (whatever that is). If your fiance was able to get their vaccinations at a similar place for free or a small contribution can you tell me exactly where so that I may direct my fiance to that clinic.

My husband had a nurse come to the house. He's from Spanish Town. I could get the info if you want...

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My husband had a nurse come to the house. He's from Spanish Town. I could get the info if you want...

Yes, I would appreciate it.

Just I'm curious how could they record the vaccinations. Would the nurse need some kind of accreditation?

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Small island vaccines are vaccines that you need when you are going to other islands e.g yellow fever etc if going to Trinidad for example. Nehoo, I don't know about clinics but El Shaddai Medical centre in Old Hope road does vaccines. You can call and make an appointment. It's cheaper than Andrews but I suspect more expensive than a clinic. An option in case you can't figure out which clinic to go to.


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Dont know if its still available but one can call first

Ocho Rios clinic on certain days around corner from

Scotia bank & Comprehensive clinic in Kingston are

free, however Yellow fever for Ghana & other islands

use to be J$1500

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