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We are going to Bali for the first time in May and are completely up on all our immunization - Hep A, B, Typhoid, MMR, Tetanus and others that are not required for Bali but we keep them up to date because of other travel. However, I am not getting a clear information on Malaria. Are the pills needed? I would rather not take them because they make me feel nauseated, but I would also rather take the pills than get sick from the bites. For some reason mosquitoes really love me. :) Also, some sites are mentioning that a Rabies shot is needed, but it seems a little far fetched to me. Any thoughts?
Many thanks!

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