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NEED VACCINATION YELLOW FEVER WHEN ENTERING SINGAPORE

Need vaccination yellow fever when entering Singapore

You should note that passengers must obtain a flu shot jaundice (Yellow Fever) upon entry into Singapore. Vaccination certificate is only valid for 10 days after vaccination vaccine. Singapore Customs will be deported and not to enter Singapore for any passengers who do not have the vaccination certificate.

Here is the list of countries at risk of infection

 Africa

Latin America

Angola

Guinea

Argentina

Benin

Guinea-Bissau

Bolivia

Burkina Faso

Kenya

Brazil

Burundi

Liberia

Colombia

Cameroon

Mali

Ecuador

Central African Republic

Mauritania

French Guiana

Chad

Niger

Guyana

Congo

Nigeria

Panama

Cote d'lvoire

Rwanda

Paraguay

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Senegal

Peru

Equatorial Guinea

Sierra Leone

Suriname

Ethiopia

Sudan

Trinidad and Tobago

Gabon

South Sudan

Venezuela

Gambia

Togo

 

Ghana

Uganda

 

Singapore Ministry of Health issued recommendations 17/5, who are planning to travel to countries emerging yellow fever should be vaccinated at least 10 days before the trip and for entry in Singapore

"Vaccination is an effective preventive measures to fight yellow fever. Although Singapore is not a recognized illness, any illness cases can also lead to the risk of disease outbreaks due to the presence of Aedes available in the country, "the Ministry of Health of Singapore stressed.

The recommendation was made in the context of the yellow fever epidemic was a serious outbreak in Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. While in many countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Kenya and Nigeria, yellow fever is endemic diseases.

Notably, in August next, more visitors will come to Brazil to attend the Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro 2016. Although yellow fever is not endemic disease in Rio de Janerio, the majority of states Brazil is the regional spread of the disease.

It is known that the disease is yellow fever and yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti transmitted, species of the mosquitoes that spread dengue fever and Zika. Most of those infected have no symptoms or mild symptoms such as fever, chills, headache, muscle pain, joint pain, loss of appetite, nausea or vomiting.

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