HEALTH & SECURITY - Tapas Yoga India
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HEALTH & SECURITY

I’m taking medications. I’ll be able to get it in India?
Yes, India hospitals has the same facilities as Western countries, might be not the same brand, but you’ll be able to get it here as well.

What if I get sick during my course?
If you are sick, injured or in need of medical assistance, we will provide you with medical care or take you to a western-style hospital (whichever option is needed). And in this case we will find alternatives for you in order to be able to finish the course.

Vaccinations
Any particular vaccination is not required. Bringing mosquito repellants, lotions etc. are recommended.

Do I have to worry about malaria?
Goa is a very low-risk of Malaria. So you shouldn’t worry about taking any vaccination, as it’s pretty rare at this area.

Do I have to be careful about eating food in India?
We have taken extra precautions by hiring a dedicated staff to prepare each and every meal at the school from fresh ingredients. Eating outside of school is pretty safe in the restaurants at Goa. If your stomach is sensitive, you should beware of eating street foods.