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The following changes should be made in the "Supplement-Health Information for International Travel," MMWR 1981:30. Situation_as_of_ January_1,_1982. ANTIGUA Change to ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA on pages 10 and 17, Insert Barbuda, page 17, on page 99. BARBADOS Yellow Fever - Change code to III

1 yr. Insert: A certificate is required ALSO from travelers arriving from:

Africa:

Angola; Benin; Burundi; Cameroon, United Republic of; Central African Republic; Chad; Congo; Djibouti; Equatorial Guinea; Ethiopia; Gabon; Gambia; Ghana; Guinea; Guinea-Bissau; Ivory Coast; Kenya; Liberia; Mali; Niger; Nigeria; Rwanda; Sao Tome and Principe; Senegal; Sierra Leone; Somalia; Sudan; Tanzania, United Republic of; Togo; Uganda; Upper Volta; Zaire. Americas:

Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Peru, Surinam, Venezuela. ALSO change code to III* on page 10. BRAZIL Yellow Fever - After code II delete

1 yr. Insert 6 mo. Insert: Brazil recommends vaccination for travel to rural areas in Acre, Amazonas, Goias, Maranhao, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, and Para States, and Territories of Amapa, Rondonia, and Roraima. ALSO insert * after code on page 10. Poliomyelitis -the dosage of vaccine must be clearly indicated on the certificate. BURMA Yellow Fever - Change code to III. ALSO change code to III on page 11. CHAD Smallpox - Insert: Instead of vaccination, travelers should ask their physician for a written statement that vaccination is contraindicated for health reasons. ALSO insert * after code on page 11. DEMOCRATIC_KAMPUCHEA Smallpox - Insert: The Government of Democratic Kampuchea has advised that a certificate is no longer required. Local authorities, however, may require a certificate. Insert: Instead of vaccination, travelers should ask their physician for a written statement that vaccination is contraindicated for health reasons. ALSO insert * after code on page 11. EGYPT Yellow Fever - Caribbean - after Trinidad insert: and Tobago. ETHIOPIA Yellow Fever - After code insert

1 yr. FIJI Cholera - Delete all information. ALSO delete code on page 12. GUATEMALA Delete: No vaccinations are required. Insert: Yellow Fever - III

1 yr. ALSO insert code III on page 12. INDIA Yellow Fever - Americas: Delete Canal Zone. IRAN Cholera - Delete all information. ALSO delete all information on page 12. Yellow Fever - Insert: A certificate is required ALSO from travelers arriving from countries in the endemic zones (see pp. 67-68). ALSO insert * after code on page 12. JAMAICA Yellow Fever - Change code to III

1 yr. ALSO change code to III on page 13. MALAWI Cholera - Delete all information. ALSO delete code on page 13. MALDIVES Cholera - Change code to III. ALSO change code to III on page 13. INSERT: NIUE Yellow Fever - II

1 yr. ALSO insert Niue and code II under yellow fever on page 14. Under areas with risk of malaria insert: None. On page 14 under malaria risk insert: None. ALSO insert "NIUE" on page 46, and insert "NIUE, page 46" on page 100. PAKISTAN Yellow Fever - Change code to III

6 mo. Delete: (irrespective of age). Insert: A certificate is not required of infants 6 months of age if the mother's certificate shows she was vaccinated prior to the birth of the child. ALSO change code to III on page 14. PANAMA Insert: No vaccinations are required. PAPUA_NEW_GUINEA Yellow Fever - Insert

1 yr. after code. PARAGUAY Cholera - Delete all information. ALSO delete code on page 14. SAINT_VINCENT Change to SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES. ALSO change to SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES on page 15. ALSO insert "Grenadines" on page 49, and insert "Grenadines, page 49" on page 99. THAILAND Yellow Fever - Delete note. ALSO delete * on page 15. UNITED_ARAB_EMIRATES Cholera - Delete all information. ALSO delete code on page 16. VIET_NAM Cholera - Delete all information. ALSO delete code on page 16.

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