Infants who will travel outside the United States should be up to date for all routinely recommended vaccines. One dose of MMR is recommended for infants age 6 through 11 months before international travel. This dose does not count toward the two doses needed to complete the childhood schedule. Infants 6 through 11 months of age traveling to an area at risk for hepatitis A exposure also should receive a dose of hepatitis A vaccine. This dose does not count toward the two doses needed to complete the childhood schedule. Infants younger than age 12 months traveling to a hepatitis A endemic area are not recommended to receive immune globulin for prevention of hepatitis A because immune globulin could interfere with the response to MMR. Varicella vaccine is not recommended before age 12 months, even for travelers. For other vaccine recommendations for travelers, consult the CDC travel website at wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/.