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Hepatitis A, or "travel-related hepatitis", is a viral infection of the liver for which the severity and duration vary from one person to another. It can cause symptoms similar to those of the flu, as well as abdominal pains and jaundice, for example. Affected people can be sick for a long time, but most of them heal completely. The consequences of the illness can be more serious in some cases. Hepatitis A is transmitted indirectly through water or foods contaminated by human feces. The best way to avoid contracting travel-related hepatitis is to be vaccinated and to follow certain precautionary measures.
Quebec: A nurse can administer the vaccine directly at the pharmacy.
New Brunswick and Ontario: A nurse or pharmacist are available to administer the vaccine directly at the pharmacy.
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