Additional Links & References
- Mosquito Bite Prevention for Travelers fact sheet
- Yellow Fever Disease and Vaccine Information
- Yellow Fever Vaccine Requirements and Recommendations, by Country
- Authorized U.S. Yellow Fever Vaccine Centers
- Yellow Fever Vaccine Information Statement (VIS)[PDF – 2 pages]
- General Information about Yellow Fever Vaccine
- Yellow Fever Vaccine Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
The 2010 recommendations include information on the epidemiology of YF, the safety profile of the vaccine, and health regulations related to the vaccine.
- Yellow fever vaccine booster doses: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, 2015
Provides updated information on booster dose recommendations for yellow fever vaccine.
- How Health Care Providers Can Become Certified to Administer Yellow Fever Vaccine
- Reporting Adverse Events Following Vaccination (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System)
- Special Testing for Selected Patients with Serious Adverse Events Potentially Related to Yellow Fever Vaccination
- Update to International Health Regulations – Yellow fever vaccination booster
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- Page last updated: August 21, 2015
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