COLOMBIA – New Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirement

Effective 1 April 2017, the Colombian government has introduced a new requirement for travellers entering Colombia from Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda and Brazil to present an international yellow fever vaccination at the port of entry.

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BOLIVIA – New Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirement

Effective immediately, the Bolivian government has introduced a new requirement for travelers entering Bolivia from certain countries to present a yellow fever vaccination at the port of entry.  This requirement is in response to a recent yellow fever outbreak in Bolivia and neighbouring countries.

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BOLIVIA – New Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirement

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Ferrere Bolivia and the International Association for Medical Assistance to Travellers.

NICARAGUA – New Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirement

Effective 17 January 2017, the Nicaraguan government has introduced a new requirement for travelers entering Nicaragua from certain countries to submit a yellow fever vaccination at the port of entry.  This requirement is in response to a recent yellow fever outbreak in Brazil.

UPDATE: Since 6 February 2017, visitors to Panama from Brazil are also required to present proof of vaccination.

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NICARAGUA – New Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirement

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Consortium Legal.