Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis for adults (1 dose) at the customer’s location
Ticks spread tick-borne encephalitis and Lyme disease.
You can protect yourself against tick-borne encephalitis with vaccination, but there is no vaccine against Lyme disease. Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis should commence in April, since, in this case, immunity can develop by the tick risk period. A full vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis consists of three injections. The first two injections will be made with an interval of 1–3 months, the third one 9 months to a year later. The first re-injection must be made in three-years-time; the following re-injections will be made with five-year intervals.