Yellow Fever Vaccine Information
Vaccine Quick Information
- When to get vaccinated:
- At least 10 days before you travel.
- The yellow fever vaccine lasts a lifetime, Most people won't need any boosters for future travel.
- One dose.
- How is it given:
- Yellow fever vaccine consits of an infection usually given in your upper arm.
- Side effects:
- Serious side effect from the yellow fever vaccine are rare. Common side effects include soreness at the injection site, headache and pain.
- Not usually recommended for children under nine months.
- Additional precautions:
- In addition to getting vaccinated you need to practise mosquito bite avoidance.
- Certificate requirements
- Some countries require a yellow fever certificate. Your certificate becomes valid 10 days after you have had the jab.
- Risk if you contract Yellow Fever:
- Yellow fever can range from a mild flu-like illness to a fatal disease which causes internal bleeding and organ failure.
Yellow Fever is a serious viral disease which is transmitted by mosquitos, commonly during the rainy season, however can occur all year round. The disease is found through parts of Africa and South America.
One dose required for lifetime immunity in most cases.
- £70 per dose
- 1 dose(s)
- Total Cost
Yellow Fever is a serious viral disease which is transmitted by mosquitos, commonly during rainy season, however can occur all year round. The disease is found through parts of Africa and South America.
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