Hepatitis A Vaccine

Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection caused by the hepatitis A virus (HAV). It is usually transmitted through ingestion of contaminated food or water or through close contact with an infected person. The virus primarily affects the liver, leading to inflammation and potential damage.


The Hepatitis A vaccine protects the Hepatitis A virus. The vaccine has made the disease less common in the United States, but outbreaks among unvaccinated people still happen. The CDC recommends that all children get the vaccine between 12 to 23 months as well as infants aged 6 through 11 months travelling outside the United States for added protection. It is also recommended for children, travelers, healthcare workers, and those at increased risk of infection. It is also recommended for those in close contact with infected individuals to prevent further spread. Individuals should consult a healthcare professional to determine if vaccination is appropriate based on their circumstances, health status, and potential exposure risks.


In addition to administering Hepatitis A Vaccines, we aim to educate our patients and community at large. We see our role, especially in this day and age, as one that provides education to our community. That’s what matters most to us.


As a condition of employment, Voyage Medical requires all new hires to be fully educated on Hepatitis A and the Vaccines for it. 

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Hepatitis A Symptoms

Many people, usually children, don’t have symptoms of Hepatitis A. Two to seven weeks after infection, symptoms develop. Some people can be ill for as long as six months, but for some, symptoms usually last less than two months. 

  • Close Contact with an Infected Person
  • Consumption of Contaminated Food or Water 
  • Travel to Endemic Areas 
  • Occupational Exposure 
  • Injection Drug Use 
  • Sexual Activity 
  • Living in Crowded or Institutional Settings 
  • Immune Compromised Individuals 
  • Poor Personal Hygiene 
  • Men who have sex with men (MSM) 


In order to prevent Hepatitis A disease people should improve sanitation, food safety and immunization. Having adequate supplies of safe drinking water, proper disposal of sewage within communities, and improving personal hygiene practices such as frequent hand washing before and after eating and after using the bathroom can help control the spread of this disease as well. 


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Why is the Hepatitis A Vaccine so important?

The Hepatitis A Vaccine is very effective in preventing Hepatitis A. It is recommended for all adults who are at risk of getting the disease. The vaccine is effective in around 95% of cases and provides long lasting protection, possibly for a lifetime. The Hepatitis A vaccine is also important to international travelers travelling to countries where hepatitis A is common. Protect yourself with the Hepatitis A vaccine.



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Why Are People Vaccine Hesitant

Vaccine hesitancy is a complex issue influenced by misinformation, distrust in healthcare, perceived disease rarity, safety concerns, cultural beliefs, and social networks. Addressing it requires clear communication, community engagement, improved vaccine access, and rebuilding trust in the healthcare system. Public health initiatives can improve vaccination rates and protect communities.

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