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Yellow Fever Vaccine

Yellow Fever Vaccine – Update

Yellow Fever Vaccine – Update – Immigration officials in various Latin American countries are requiring that travelers starting their trips in Brazil show evidence that they have received the yellow fever vaccine. If you are planning an international trip, you should verify in advance whether such a requirement exists, and plan accordingly. A locally made vaccine is on the World Health Organization pre-approval list and is available at public vaccination clinics in Brazil.

Further information on the yellow fever virus can be found on the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( & (