Where is the yellow fever vaccine not recommended?
Generally not recommended Yellow fever vaccination is generally not recommended in areas where there is low potential for yellow fever virus exposure (no human yellow fever cases ever reported and evidence to suggest only low levels of yellow fever virus transmission in the past).
Who is exempt from yellow fever vaccination?
The following persons are not medically eligible: Persons less than age 9 months. Pregnant females. Persons allergic to eggs, chicken, chicken or egg products, or feathers.
How long before travel should I get yellow fever vaccination?
Visit a yellow fever vaccination (travel) clinic and ask for a yellow fever vaccine. You should receive this vaccine at least 10 days before your trip.
How much does a yellow fever vaccine cost?
The yellow fever vaccine cost is depended upon varied factors and the average yellow fever vaccine cost hovers around 1500 INR but, looking at the protection that the yellow fever vaccination offers the yellow fever vaccine price appears to be worth it.
Does the yellow fever vaccine expire?
Effective July 11, 2016, the ICVP for yellow fever vaccination will be valid for life, and this validity applies to both existing & new certificates for the purposes of international travel.
What is the side effect of yellow fever vaccine?
Reactions to yellow fever vaccine are generally mild and include headaches, muscle aches, and low-grade fevers. Rarely, people develop severe, sometimes life-threatening reactions to the yellow fever vaccine, including: Allergic reaction, including difficulty breathing or swallowing (anaphylaxis)
Why can’t over 60 have yellow fever vaccine?
People aged 60 years or older should not be given the vaccine due to a higher risk of life-threatening side effects if the vaccine is generally not recommended (i.e areas described as having low potential for yellow fever virus exposure) [3, 4].
Does yellow fever still exist?
Yellow fever is known to be present in sub-Saharan Africa and parts of South America. If you live in one of these areas, talk to your doctor about whether you need the yellow fever vaccine.
Why do they call it yellow fever?
Yellow fever is a viral disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. Yellow fever can lead to serious illness and even death. It is called ‘yellow fever’ because in serious cases, the skin turns yellow in colour. This is known as ‘jaundice’.