Yellow Fever

Yellow Fever Homeoprophylaxis

Learn more about the Yellow Fever Immunity Boosting. Contact us for homeoprophylaxis services for Yellow Fever.

What Is Yellow Fever?
The yellow fever virus is found mainly in tropical and subtropical regions of Africa and South America. U.S. travelers area very rarely infected with yellow fever, according to the CDC.

The virus is transmitted by infected mosquitos, and most people do not experience any symptoms or they are very mild.

Symptoms Of Yellow Fever
Those who do experience symptoms can have:

  • chills
  • fever
  • headache
  • back pain and body aches
  • nausea and vomiting
  • weakness and fatigue.
  • About 15 percent of people develop a more severe form of the disease, which includes high fever, jaundice, bleeding, shock and failure of organs.

Yellow Fever  Recommendations 

Per the CDC: “Yellow fever vaccination is generally not recommended in areas where there is low potential for yellow fever virus exposure (no human cases of yellow fever ever reported and evidence to suggest only low levels of yellow fever virus transmission in the past). However, vaccination might be considered for a small subset of travelers to these areas who are at increased risk of exposure to mosquitoes or are unable to avoid mosquito bites. When considering vaccination, any traveler must take into account the risk of being infected with yellow fever virus, country entry requirements, and individual risk factors (e.g., age, immune status) for serious vaccine-associated adverse events.”

A doctor may order an “International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis” on Amazon (USA).
This form will need to be signed by a doctor.

Buy this certificate at Amazon (USA)

The form used for travel that complies with the IHR (2005) guidelines is the International Certification of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (CDC form 731, formerly PHS 731). Read more here

Countries Requiring Proof of Yellow Fever Vaccination from U.S. Travelers

Check with the WHO site for the latest updates around immunization requirements. Countries are listed on the World Health Organization’s International Travel and Health website as requiring proof of vaccination for yellow fever for all travelers entering the country, including from the U.S., as of November 2018.

Other countries not on this list only require proof of yellow fever vaccination if you are coming from a country with a risk of yellow fever transmission or have been in an airport in any of those countries for longer than 12 hours.

African Countries That Require Yellow Fever Vaccination:

    1. Angola
    2. Burundi
    3. Central African Republic
    4. Chad
    5. Democratic Republic of the Congo
    6. Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
    7. Democratic Republic of the Congo
    8. French Guiana
    9. Gabon
    10. Ghana
    11. Guinea-Bissau
    12. Liberia
    13. Mali
    14. Niger
    15. Sierra Leone
    16. Togo
    17. Uganda

South American Countries With Risk of Yellow Fever Virus Transmission

  1. Argentina
  2. Bolivia
  3. Brazil
  4. Colombia
  5. Ecuador
  6. French Guiana
  7. Guyana
  8. Panama
  9. Paraguay
  10. Peru
  11. Suriname
  12. Trinidad and Tobago
  13. Venezuela

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