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I am traveling to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand this summer; July 3rd to August 11th. I am wondering if I should really get the japanese encephalitis immunization. I am VERY prone to mosquito bites and my friend and I will be backpacking around and just going from place to place via public transportation. We will go through all of Vietnam, through Cambodia, and then mostly spend time in the south part of Thailand. People who have gone: How bad were mosquitoes during July and August? Did you all get that immunization? My insurance doesn't cover it and it is $560 :(

Thanks!

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