15 July 2016

Namibia travel update: FCO advises travellers to bring a valid yellow fever certificate! (UPDATED)

update (19 July 2016): The FCO has updated the "entry requirements section" of the Foreign travel advice - Namibia again. According to the current update (18 July 2016), yellow fever vaccination is required for travellers arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission; this includes transiting through a yellow fever risk country.

According to today's update of the Foreign travel advice - Namibia (15 July 2016) by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (UK), travellers arriving in Namibia are advised to have a valid yellow fever certificate for inspection by Namibian customs or health authorities. Otherwise travellers could be refused entry to Namibia or get quarantined!

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