Be prepared for a bit of pain when you get your shots - I got mine today (diptheria, yellow-fever, MMR, typhoid, hep A/B, rabies) and it cost $600, U.S., and that's just the first round! Health insurance does not
The rabies shots are especially expensive - over a hundred dollars each - and three are required, performed over a month. The Hep A/B (aka Twinrix) also takes three shots, but requires a six month gap between the first and the last. Typhoid is four pills, taken 48 hours apart. The rest were a quick jab , but you'll have to drop your drawers since there's only so many places to get punctured
If you're spending less than a month there then you might consider skipping the rabies, but like my doctor said (great salewoman that she is) "if you catch rabies, you'll die". It isn't cheap, but it's better than a funeral.
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