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Disease risk summary Insect-borne illness: Inland, Mysore and Bijapur have pleasant climates with relatively low rainfall.
Some banks may refuse to change certain brands of traveller's cheques which others exchange quite happily. Private radio stations were sanctioned in , but only public All India Radio is allowed to broadcast news. Those requiring an additional fee may need a minimum of seven working days and possibly much longer for their visa application to be processed. Adequate medical care is available in the major population centers, but it is limited in the rural areas of the country.
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Yellow fever: Meningococcal meningitis - occurs Rabies in animals is a hazard in most areas.
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Brucellosis - common Dracunculiasis - occurs Echinococcosis hydatid disease - common Leptospirosis - occurs Schistosomiasis - occurs confirmed in Gimvi Village, Beegamganj District, Maharashtra State and reported from other locations as well Other hazards:
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- Anyone between the ages of 18 and 70 with a visa valid for more than a year.
- Indian businessmen Begamganj visitors and are very hospitable.
- Two men were hanged between February and March and another in November.
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