The tetanus booster ended up being Tdap (tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis). My blood work showed that I had no immunity to Hepatitis A nor Hepatitis B. So, this past Thursday, I started my Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B vaccination series. I received two shots, one in each arm. I was a real trooper, the girls watched. To our good fortune, the Hepatitis A & B vaccinations were provided by our health insurance company for free. We love Kaiser!
I've also been searching for a provider for the Yellow Fever vaccination. The local travel clinics want $250 per person, for the vaccination. I thought, "WOW! That's a lot of money for a vaccination". After a little more research, I discovered that our local health department also offers the Yellow Fever vaccination. The health department's price to vaccinate our entire family is $540, which includes a $100 consultation fee. I guess the extra $460 that the travel clinic would have charged us was for the convenience. We will not be paying for the convenience.