Travelers who flee cold-cold travelers at a hot destination can take healthy hepatitis vaccines across the country to a healthy risk.
Twinrix's nationality, a popular vaccine used to prevent A and B from hepatitis A, has been reported a month ago to inform about the shortage and disruption of mandatory drugs in Canada.
Becca Matthews is a pharmacist in five of Barcelona's pharmacy, and said she has turned customers in search of Twinrix.
"It's a first option, especially with a single medication around the phone, and you can see that there's a shortage of shortages," said Matthews. "That's been working for a while, but now it's using Twinrix."
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"What we used to do was double-checked in Twinrix Junior and two of them," he said. "This has worked a bit, but now Twinrix Junior is behind."
According to travel plans, experts say that double vaccination is not always necessary. Since hepatitis B is often transmitted, it may not be necessary to travel for a week in Cuba or the Dominican Republic.
Matthews said that it was another opportunity for customers.
"Some doctors have also gone to the doctor and have been vaccinated against them," he said. "Unfortunately, B is still receiving a vaccine against hepatitis but is still covering the vaccine against hepatitis."
A vaccine like Havrix protects people with contaminated water, ice and food, common ways of hiring liver disease.
Matthews must be responsible for travelers and make things like bottled water according to the length of the trip.
So far, the pharmaceutical companies will wait until the Twinrix shelves in the country.
"We do not know when this (shortage) will end," said Matthews. "For the time being, our distributor basically says that the manufacturer can not supply it. They do not have the usability date."
"Unfortunately, I do not know how long it will last, but I would not be surprised if there were any months."