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Notice to Readers Quarantine Measures

The following changes should be made in the "Supplement--Health Information for International Travel," MMWR, Vol. 33, 1984. Situation as of January 1, 1985: ANGOLA On page 18, insert: Yellow Fever--I

1 yr. ALSO insert code I on page 11. BANGLADESH

Yellow Fever--Change code to III on pages 11 and 20. ALSO insert * after code on page 11. BOLIVIA

Yellow Fever--Delete all information on page 23. Insert: code II. Insert: Bolivia recommends vaccination for incoming travelers from noninfected areas. ALSO change code to II* on page 11. BRUNEI On pages 5, 12, 24, and 123 change name to Brunei Darussalam. CHRISTMAS ISLAND On page 27, Yellow Fever--Insert: A certificate is required ALSO from travelers arriving from countries in the endemic zones (see pp. 73-4). Note: Christmas Island reserves the right to isolate any person who arrives without the required certificates. Carriers are responsible for expense of isolation of all travelers arriving by air who are not in possession of the required vaccination certificates. ALSO insert * after code on page 12. KOREA, REPUBLIC OF (South) Delete all information on page 40. Insert: No vaccinations required. ALSO delete code on page 14. MADAGASCAR On page 41, insert: Cholera--No vaccination required. Madagascar recommends a certificate for travelers coming from or transiting infected areas. ALSO insert * on page 14. MALDIVES

Cholera--Delete all information on page 42. ALSO delete code on page 15. NEW CALEDONIA AND DEPENDENCIES On page 46, insert: Cholera--No vaccination required. Travelers coming from infected areas are required to complete a form for the use of the Health Service. ALSO insert * on page 15.

Yellow Fever--Delete note on page 46. ALSO delete * on page 15. NIGER

Cholera--Delete all information on page 46. ALSO delete code on page 15. PANAMA Delete all information on page 47. Insert: Yellow Fever--A certificate is required for all travelers going to the provinces of Bocas del Toro and Darien. ALSO insert * on page 15. PORTUGAL On page 49, Yellow Fever--Insert: No certificate is, however, required from transit passengers at Funchal, Porto Santo, and Santa Maria. RWANDA

Yellow Fever--Change code to I 1 yr. on page 50. Insert: Except that NO certificate is required from travelers in transit who do not leave the airport. ALSO change code to I* on page 16. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO On page 55, Yellow Fever--Change code to II

1 yr. ALSO change code to II on page 17. UPPER VOLTA On pages 4, 17, 20, 22, 30, 34, 35, 37, 56, and 125, change name to Burkina Faso.

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