We just got back from getting immunizations today. This is posted on the US State Department website but I can't find it on any other sites: "The Honduran government issued a declaration in May 2011 requiring proof of measles and rubella vaccination for all foreign travelers from North America, Europe, Africa, Argentina, Chile, and Brazil. Vaccination against Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Typhoid is strongly recommended for those traveling to Honduras from the United States."
I will only have the first of the two-part MMR immunization before our trip. My husband only has to have one shot since he was born before 1957. They assume everyone before then had the diseases already.
Can't seem to find out any more. I'm concerned as our trip is less than 1 month away & it will be too soon to get the second shot before.