FAQ about yellow fever vaccine
How can Yellow Fever be prevented?
What is Yellow Fever?
Who should NOT get the Yellow fever vaccine?
If you have any of the following conditions, your healthcare provider can help you decide whether you can safely receive the vaccine:
HIV/AIDS or another disease that affects the immune system
Weakened immune system as a result of cancer or other medical conditions, organ transplant, or drug treatment (such as steroids, chemotherapy, or others that affect immune function)
How often do I have to take the Vaccine?
What are the side effects of this vaccine?
Can I resume my daily activities after receiving this vaccine?
Do I need to receive this vaccine for traveling purposes?
Which countries do I need it for?
For a list of countries which DO NOT require proof of immunization, kindly visit the World Health Organisation Website.
Do I need to produce proof of immunization if I am in transit in countries which require such?
Please note that it is not within the power of Guyana’s Ministry of Public Health to control what occurs in other countries.
If I am traveling to Guyana from another country, do I need proof that I received this vaccine?
How long do I have to receive the vaccine before I travel?
Can I receive the Yellow Fever vaccine at the Airport?
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