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Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France. The main islands are Saint Pierre, Miquelon, and Langlade. Located in northern North America in the North Atlantic Ocean, the climate is classified as humid cold (no dry season).
Depending on your itinerary, your personal risk factors, and the length of your visit, your health care provider may offer you vaccination against hepatitis B, influenza, measles, mumps, rubella, or rabies. Routine immunizations, such as those that prevent tetanus/diphtheria or "childhood" diseases, should be reviewed and updated as needed.
See also: Library article for Malaria
The following is current information as reported by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC):
WHO—International Travel and Health (current online update, Country List)No statement given.
CDC—Health Information for International Travel (current online edition)
Areas with malaria: None.
Drug resistance: Not applicable.
See also: Library article for Travelers' Diarrhea
Minimal risk (comparable to that in industrialized countries) exists throughout the country.Community sanitation is generally good, and health concerns related to food and beverages are minimal.
Travelers should carry loperamide for self-treatment of diarrhea and, if risk is moderate to high, an antibiotic to add if diarrhea is severe. Consult a knowledgeable health care provider regarding which antibiotic is appropriate for you and most effective for your destination.
The material below includes information from the US Department of State (DOS), the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCO), Global Affairs Canada (GAC), and Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), as well as from additional open-source material. Standard safety precautions that apply to all international travel can be found in the Library article Safety and Security.
No intrinsic risk of attack by terrorist groups exists, but unforeseen attacks are possible.
Negligible risk of violent crime exists throughout the country.
National incidence data on traffic-related injury or death are not available.
Selected Embassies or Consulates in Saint Pierre and Miquelon
- United States: The U.S. does not have an embassy or consulate in Saint Pierre and Miquelon.
- Canada: [+508] 41-55-10; www.france.gc.ca
- United Kingdom: U.K. does not have an embassy or consulate in Saint Pierre and Miquelon.
- Australia: Australia does not have an embassy or consulate in Saint Pierre and Miquelon.
Saint Pierre and Miquelon's Embassies or Consulates in Selected Countries
- In the U.S.: Saint Pierre and Miquelon does not have an embassy or consulate in the U.S.
- In Canada: Saint Pierre and Miquelon does not have an embassy or consulate in Canada.
- In the U.K.: Saint Pierre and Miquelon does not have an embassy or consulate in the U.K.
- In Australia: Saint Pierre and Miquelon does not have an embassy or consulate in Australia.
HIV testing is not required to obtain a tourist, work, or residence visa.