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International Notes Quarantine Measures

Six countries have revised their vaccination requirements, effective August 1, 1986. The following changes should be made in the booklet "Health Information for International Travel, 1986." ANGOLA Delete information on cholera on page 15. Change yellow fever code to II

1 yr. on page 15. Delete Angola from the yellow fever section under Requirements for Direct Travel from the United States on page 13. BARBADOS Delete yellow fever country list on pages 18 and 19. Code III

1 yr. remains valid. GABON Change yellow fever code to I

1 yr. on page 29. Add Gabon to the yellow fever section under Requirements for Direct Travel from the United States on page 13. MALI Delete information on cholera on page 40. NIGERIA Delete information on cholera on page 44. Change yellow fever code to II

1 yr. on page 44. Delete Nigeria from the yellow fever section under Requirements for Direct Travel from the United States on page 13. TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF Delete information on cholera pages 13 and 53.

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