Uganda | Yellow Fever CertificateCharlie McGrath | 16 Jan 2017
In December 2016 visitors arriving in Kampala were asked to produce proof that they had a Yellow Fever innoculation. If you have had a Yellow Fever vaccination it is now recognoised valid for life rather that to be renewed every 10 years. We suggest those going to Uganda must take proof of the Yellow Fever. As a general recommendation we suggest that a Yellow Fever certificate should be stampled into a passport so one can't travel without it.
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