HEALTH AND VACCINATION INFORMATION

YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION
International Certificate of Vaccination for Yellow Fever is required upon arrival if traveling from an INFECTED AREA.

Required also from travelers arriving from countries in the Endemic Zones:

Africa Americas
Angola Kenya Belize
Benin Liberia Bolivia
Botswana Malawi Brazil
Burkina Faso Mali Colombia
Burundi Mauritania Costa Rica
Cameroon Niger Ecuador
Central African Republic Nigeria Fr. Guiana
Chad Rwanda Guatemala
Congo Sao Tome & Principe Guyana
Equatorial Guinea Senegal Honduras
Ethiopia Sudan (south of 15*N) Nicaragua
Gabon Tanzania Panama
Gambia Togo Peru
Ghana Uganda Suriname
Guinea Zaire Venezuela
Guinea-Bissau Zambia Trinidad &
Ivory Coast Tobago

MALARIA
Malaria exists in rural areas only. Except high risk in all areas of Irian Jaya. No risk in Cities if Java and Sumatra and no risk for the main resort areas of Java and Bali. Note: Transmission in Indonesia (except for Irian Jaya) is largely confined to rural areas not visited by most travelers; most travel to rural areas of Indonesia is during daytime hours, when the risk of exposure is minimal).

CHOLERA
None

Further information regarding Yellow Fever Vaccination, may be obtained by calling 1-800-VACCINE or the U.S. Department of Health Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) International Traveler’s Hotline at (404) 332-4559 or the CDC Fax Information Service at (888) 232-3299. Information may also be obtained from travel medicine specialists and/or a local or state Department of Health clinic.

For all health requirements and recommendations travelers should check with a local Department of Health clinic or U.S Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Further information may be obtained from the CDC Web Site for this Region.


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YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION
International Certificate of Vaccination for Yellow Fever is required upon arrival if traveling from an INFECTED AREA.

Required also from travelers arriving from countries in the Endemic Zones:

Africa Americas
Angola Kenya Belize
Benin Liberia Bolivia
Botswana Malawi Brazil
Burkina Faso Mali Colombia
Burundi Mauritania Costa Rica
Cameroon Niger Ecuador
Central African Republic Nigeria Fr. Guiana
Chad Rwanda Guatemala
Congo Sao Tome & Principe Guyana
Equatorial Guinea Senegal Honduras
Ethiopia Sudan (south of 15*N) Nicaragua
Gabon Tanzania Panama
Gambia Togo Peru
Ghana Uganda Suriname
Guinea Zaire Venezuela
Guinea-Bissau Zambia Trinidad &
Ivory Coast Tobago

MALARIA
Malaria exists in rural areas only. Except high risk in all areas of Irian Jaya. No risk in Cities if Java and Sumatra and no risk for the main resort areas of Java and Bali. Note: Transmission in Indonesia (except for Irian Jaya) is largely confined to rural areas not visited by most travelers; most travel to rural areas of Indonesia is during daytime hours, when the risk of exposure is minimal).

CHOLERA
None

Further information regarding Yellow Fever Vaccination, may be obtained by calling 1-800-VACCINE or the U.S. Department of Health Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) International Traveler’s Hotline at (404) 332-4559 or the CDC Fax Information Service at (888) 232-3299. Information may also be obtained from travel medicine specialists and/or a local or state Department of Health clinic.

For all health requirements and recommendations travelers should check with a local Department of Health clinic or U.S Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Further information may be obtained from the CDC Web Site for this Region.


source : http://www.traveldocs.com/id/health.htm

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