Yellow Fever Vaccination no longer required for Zambia!

Posted on Sat February 7, 2015.

Good news for all travellers to Zambia!

Following an announcement at the World Health Assembly in Geneva on Friday 30th January 2015, the SA Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, removed the requirement for proof of Yellow Fever vaccination for travellers between Zambia and South Africa, with effect 31 January 2015.
The decision by SA’s health department comes after the World Health Organisation confirmed that Zambia had low yellow fever potential exposure status, which means travellers should not be required to carry a yellow fever vaccination certificate.

Please visit the National Institute for Communicable Diseases website (www.nicd.ac.za) for further information.