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International Notes Quarantine Measures

The following changes should be made in the "Supplement--Health Information for International Travel," MMWR, Vol. 32, 1983. Situation as of January 1, 1984: BHUTAN On page 22, delete: No vaccinations are required. On page 23, insert: Yellow Fever--II. On page 11, insert code II. BOTSWANA Yellow Fever--Delete all information on pages 11 and 23. On page 23, insert: No vaccinations are required. BRUNEI Cholera--Delete all information on pages 12 and 24. On page 24, Yellow Fever--Insert: A certificate is required ALSO from travelers transiting endemic areas within the preceding 6 days (see pp. 73-74). On page 12, insert * after code. BURMA Cholera and Yellow Fever--Delete all information on pages 12, 24, and 25. Yellow Fever--Insert code II on pages 12 and 25. On page 25, insert: A certificate is required ALSO from nationals and residents of Burma departing for an infected area. CHAD On page 26, insert: Yellow Fever--Chad recommends vaccination for all travelers over 1 year of age. On page 12, insert *. CUBA Delete from pages 12, 28, and 113. No vaccinations are required. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Cholera and Yellow Fever--Delete all information on pages 12 and 29. On page 29, insert: No vaccinations are required. EGYPT Cholera--Delete all information on pages 12 and 29. GRENADA Insert on pages 13, 32, and 113. On page 32, insert: Yellow Fever--II. No malaria risk. JAMAICA Yellow Fever--Change code to II on pages 14 and 39. LIBERIA On page 41, Yellow Fever--Insert: Liberia recommends vaccination. MADAGASCAR Cholera--Delete all information on pages 14 and 41. On page 41, Yellow Fever--Insert: A certificate is required ALSO from travelers transiting infected areas. On page 14, insert * after code. SAINT KITTS-NEVIS On pages 16 and 50, change name to SAINT CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS. On pages 4 and 115, change SAINT KITTS to SAINT CHRISTOPHER. SAINT LUCIA On page 50, Yellow Fever--Delete note. On page 16, delete * by code. SIERRA LEONE Yellow Fever--On pages 16 and 51, delete all information. Insert code II. SWAZILAND Cholera--Delete all information on pages 16 and 54. TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF On page 54, insert: Cholera--A certificate is required for travelers destined for Zanzibar and Pemba Islands. On page 16, insert *. TOGO Yellow Fever--On pages 17 and 55, change code to III. ZAMBIA Cholera--On pages 17 and 58, delete all information.

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