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We have booked a trip through Santa Maria to visit Yangon, Bagan and Inye Lake.

We are reading more articles about fighting between the military and the rebels, mostly on the borders/further out provinces it seems. Does anyone have sense on the likelihood of this affecting the safety of tourism in the above cities?

Second, is it generally recommended that one get any type of inoculations/shots before visiting Thailand and Myanmar, for malaria, degue fever etc?

Thanks.

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