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No. As long as you haven't been in one of the "Yellow fever countries" within the last 90 days, you don't have to get any vaccines. Although, if you're traveling to an area of risk, like the Amazon, it would definitely be recommended.
Travel health insurance is not just "better", it is absolutely vital, especially when travelling to the USA with its notoriously expensive medical system. Seriously: if you don't get insurance and any health crisis happens, it could very easily leave you in debt that takes years to get out of. A broken leg that requires surgery will cost up to 35,000 ...
If you are going to the USA for tourism, then the cheapest option will probably be a travel insurance, that covers medical costs as well. These things work differently in different countries, but here in the UK there are lots of options (you can use Google, etc.). Remember to make sure that Your insurance covers the USA, often this is an optional extra on ...
I live in the U.S., and my employer provides excellent health insurance for me (which follows me around the world), so I have never had a reason to buy traveler's health insurance in the U.S. or anywhere. So I cannot recommend any specific company or policy (and it would be off-topic to do so even if I could), but google found a few options for you: HTH ...
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