Yellow Fever Vaccine • btv stamaril (UNI)
£85 per dose
What is Yellow Fever
Yellow fever is currently known to affect people living in or traveling to 43 countries located on the African continent as well as South America. African nations known to have a high occurrence of yellow fever include most central African nations, for example, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, and Burkina Faso.
Travelers planning a trip to South America should consider a yellow fever vaccine if traveling to Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, or Venezuela.
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COURSE/WHEN TO DO IT?
HOW LONG DOES IT LAST/WHEN IS BOOSTER NEEDED?
- One dose.
- At least 10 days before you travel.
- The yellow fever vaccine lasts a lifetime.
HOW IS IT GIVEN?
- Injection is usually given in your upper arm
- soreness at the injection site
- headache and mild pain.