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Health & safety

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Emergency numbers

The Portuguese National Emergency Number 112

Hospitals in Madeira

Hospital Dr. Nélio Mendonça Hospital dos Marmeleiros Hospital Dr. João de Almada Madeira Medical Centre Hospital da Luz

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"I’ve spent over 2 months on the island and never felt unsafe. As always, the best way to stay safe is to always be with at least one other person if you go out late at night. That being said, during the day and around the rest of the island it's very safe and I would not be scared to walk there alone as a solo traveler."
Josefine Kraemer, creator of Red White Adventures

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Best travel insurance for Madeira

Travel insurance isn't mandatory, but recommended. 
Choose a plan that offers coverage for Covid-19 and unexpected quarantine.

Vaccines

*this information is taken from the official CDC website

You don’t need special vaccines to travel to Madeira other than routine vaccinations.

Drinkable tap water?

Yes, tap water is safe and drinkable in Madeira.

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