Yellow Fever Vaccination

Vaccines recommended for travel and some specific groups.

Yellow fever can be prevented by vaccination. Travelers should also take precautions against mosquito bites when in areas with yellow fever transmission. Travelers should get vaccinated for yellow fever before visiting areas where yellow fever is found.

For most travelers, a single dose of yellow fever vaccine provides long-lasting protection, and a booster dose of the vaccine is not needed. However, some travelers may require a booster dose. Talk to your healthcare provider to determine if you may need a dose of yellow fever vaccine or a booster dose before your trip to an area at risk for yellow fever.

In the United States, the vaccine is given only at designated yellow fever vaccination centers. International regulations require proof of yellow fever vaccination for travel to and from certain countries. People who get vaccinated should be given an International Certificate of Vaccination. Also note that the vaccine is to be given at least 10 days before travel to an endemic area.

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Where to Go

You can get most recommended vaccines at your doctor’s office, and many recommended vaccines are also available at local pharmacies, health centers, health departments, and travel clinics. Below you’ll find information and tools to help you find out where to get vaccinated near you—and some tips for making an appointment.

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Your doctor’s office

If you have a doctor who you see regularly, you can schedule an appointment to talk about vaccines you and your family may need — and to get vaccinated.

Many local pharmacies offer most recommended vaccines for adults, as well as some travel vaccines. If you plan on getting vaccinated at a pharmacy, consider calling ahead to:

  • Find out if the pharmacy has the vaccine you need . This is an especially good idea if you need a travel-related vaccine.
  • Ask what you will need to pay . Many vaccines are covered by health insurance. But if you don’t have insurance, try calling a few pharmacies and ask what they charge for vaccines — prices can vary.

Health centers

Federally funded health centers provide a variety of health care services, including vaccination. You can go to a health center even if you don’t have health insurance — and some may offer sliding fees based on your income.

Use the Health Center Finder to find a list of health centers near you.

State and local health departments

State and local health departments are a great resource for finding out where to get vaccinated. They may also have information about state vaccine requirements and free and low-cost vaccines, including vaccines for travel.

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Travel clinics

Planning a trip outside the United States? Travel clinics are a great resource for getting pre-travel health advice and vaccines for travelers. Travel clinics have doctors and nurses who specialize in travel health and vaccines. They may also stock vaccines that doctor’s offices and pharmacies don’t have.

Always call a travel clinic before you go — you’ll need an appointment at most of them, and you may need to see a doctor before you get vaccinated. Use the resources below to find a travel clinic.

To find a travel clinic near you, visit:

  • International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM) — travel medicine specialists
  • American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) — infectious disease specialists who may practice travel medicine

Yellow fever clinics

Only certain travel clinics stock the yellow fever vaccine, which is required to travel in some countries. If you need the yellow fever vaccine, find a clinic that offers the yellow fever vaccine .

Learn more about vaccines for travelers .

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Getting immunized is easy. Vaccines and preventive antibodies are available at the doctor’s office or pharmacies — and are usually covered by insurance.

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Hours of Service

Monday through Friday : 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday : Closed

New patients should bring a copy of their immunization record and the Travel Medical History Form . For study abroad program health clearance appointments, bring the printed requirements list found on MyWorld

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  • University of Nebraska students from all campuses
  • UNL, Nebraska Medicine and UNMC employees and their dependents who are 19 years or older
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Services Covered By Student Fees

  • Five office visits with a Medical or Travel every July through June (immunizations, lab work and medications are not covered)

Let Us Help You Have a Safe and Enjoyable Trip

Nebraska Medicine health professionals certified in travel health are here to help you prepare for your upcoming trip, such as vacations, spring break trips, Education Abroad programs, faculty research trips and more.

Our staff provides individualized consultations where they will analyze your itinerary to make sure you receive all the immunizations you need and, when relevant, provide prescriptions for prophylaxis, which can be filled at the health center pharmacy . You will receive advice on up-to-date, country-specific travel advisories as well as general information on how to stay healthy while traveling (e.g., insect protection, traveler diarrhea and high altitude sickness prevention).

Appointments

The travel clinic is available to UNL students, faculty and staff and community members 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday by appointment only. Appointments book quickly, so don’t delay. During times of high volume, it may take two to four weeks to obtain a travel appointment. We recommend scheduling two to three months before your anticipated departure date or sooner if you need a series of immunizations (please consult travel clinic provider). Call 402-472-5000 to schedule.

Students who pay student fees can receive five visits to the travel or medical clinic each year for no additional cost, but fees will apply for immunizations, labs and any procedures.All other visits will incur a charge. To determine how much your visit will cost, we recommend contacting your health insurance provider for coverage information. Patients are responsible for any charges not covered by insurance.

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Important information for new patients

All new patients are required to bring a completed Travel Medical History Form and their previous immunization records and/or yellow international travel vaccination booklet to their first appointment. For Education Abroad program health clearance appointments, bring the printed requirements list found on MyWorld including the Education Abroad Confidential Health History Form and Health Clearance Form. Be prepared to discuss all your potential destination countries and to receive immunizations at the time of your visit.

Parking is available at meters along N 19th St and in our marked patient parking lot on the north side of the building. You will be ticketed for parking in other locations.

Yellow fever vaccine

The Travel Clinic is a designated yellow fever vaccination center —International Certificate of Vaccination yellow booklet.

The yellow fever vaccine is now available at the University Health Center.

Yellow fever is a required vaccine for travel to certain countries in South America and Africa. If you have previously had a yellow fever vaccine, you are not required to be re-vaccinated.

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If you’ve traveled before, you may have these immunization recorded in a yellow international travel vaccination booklet. If you do not have this booklet, obtain your immunization records from your doctor’s office, county health department or high school/college.

If you are a UNL student experiencing a fever after returning from a country with malaria, diarrhea or skin rashes/lesions, or if you think you might have an infectious disease or other travel-related concern, call 402-472-5000 to make an appointment. Be prepared to discuss your concern so that the phone attendant can book an appointment with the appropriate service for your needs. If you are a faculty, staff or community member, please consult with your primary care provider.

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If you plan to travel outside the United States, you may need vaccines to protect yourself against diseases that aren't common in the United States. For more information, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Travelers' Health website .

Check with your local pharmacy to ask if they offer travel vaccines. Your local health department may give travel vaccines or refer you to local travel vaccination clinics.

Yellow fever vaccine is only available at a yellow fever vaccine clinic , so call ahead (well in advance of travel) and book your appointment. You can protect yourself from yellow fever by getting vaccinated at least 10 days before travel and taking steps to prevent mosquito bites .

For current health issues at destinations that may impact you, visit the CDC Travel Notices webpage . For questions not answered on the CDC's website or our department website, call 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) TTY 888-232-6348 . English and Spanish are available.

Health Issues

Yellow fever.

Find a location near you that gives yellow fever vaccine on CDC's Travelers' Health Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics webpage .

Yellow fever vaccine is recommended for people age 9 months and older who are traveling to or living in areas at risk for yellow fever in South America and Africa . Some countries require travelers to show proof of yellow fever vaccination. Proof of vaccination is not valid until 10 days after you get the vaccine. Plan to get the vaccine early if you need it. A single dose provides lifelong protection for most people. For more information, go to the CDC's Travelers' Health Yellow Fever webpage .

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Travelers going to certain parts of Africa and Asia may be at risk for polio. Everyone should be up to date with their routine polio vaccination series . Travelers to certain countries also need a one-time adult polio vaccine booster dose. See individual destination pages for vaccine recommendation information.

For more information, go to the CDC's Travelers' Health Polio webpage .

Measles is highly contagious. Most measles outbreaks in the United States happen because infected travelers bring it back from other parts of the world. There are currently large outbreaks of measles in many countries.

Before international travel, make sure the following people are immunized against measles:

  • Babies 6 months through 11 months of age should have 1 dose of measles vaccine.
  • Children 12 months of age or older should have 2 doses separated by at least 28 days.
  • Unvaccinated adolescents and adults should get 2 doses separated by at least 28 days.

For more information, go to the CDC's Travelers' Health Measles webpage .

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A is very common in many other countries outside of the United States. Travelers going to Central or South America, Mexico, Asia (except Japan), Africa, and Eastern Europe should get the hepatitis A vaccine.

If you are traveling:

  • Start the hepatitis A vaccine series early for the best protection.
  • Babies age 6 months and older should get the hepatitis A vaccine before travel outside of the U.S.

For more information on hepatitis A for travelers, go to the CDC's Travelers' Health Hepatitis A webpage . For more information on vaccines needed for your destination, see the CDC's Travelers' Health website .

Meningococcal Disease

Travelers going to Saudi Arabia to take part in Hajj or Umrah are required to get the meningococcal conjugate vaccine . The meningococcal vaccine is good for about five years. Consider other recommended vaccines if you are going on Hajj or Umrah, and traveling to other destinations.

Going For Hajj or Umrah? (PDF) flyer covers vaccination requirements, how to find a travel clinic, and a chart explaining 10 different vaccines and the 14 diseases they prevent. If you are planning to go on Hajj or Umrah, this flyer has important health information for you.

Travel agencies, clinics giving vaccines, mosques, and other agencies and organizations can share this flyer from the Department of Health to Washington residents planning a pilgrimage or travel to Saudi Arabia. Here is a version of the flyer that can be sent to a print shop to make copies.

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International Travel Clinic

Campus Health offers:

  • Travel Clinic Services for those UNC-Chapel Hill community members - students, post-docs, faculty and staff - who will be traveling internationally.
  • Yellow Fever Vaccination for anyone age 18 and up.

Our goal is to prepare UNC-Chapel Hill travelers with appropriate health and security information as well as immunizations and medications to help reduce the risk of illness and injury related to international travel.

The travel clinic provides:

  • Information concerning health risks in destination countries. You will receive specific materials for your destination(s).
  • Administration of vaccines recommended or possibly required for your destination(s) to prevent illnesses.
  • Medications to help prevent malaria, altitude sickness and to self-treat diarrhea if it occurs while traveling.
  • Educational materials with helpful and up-to-date information about travel-related topics. Knowledge is empowering. We want you to know how to protect yourself against infectious diseases and other travel concerns.
  • Recommendations tailored to you and your itinerary taking into consideration your immunization and medical history, your current medications, allergies, your planned activities and type of accommodations.

A Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner with a Certificate of Travel Health from the International Society of Travel Medicine reviews each itinerary and questionnaire to prepare recommendations.

The cost for this service is $60 for eligible students ; $75 for non-students. The charge for travel clinic services is assessed upon submission of the travel clinic questionnaire and is not refundable. There is not a separate charge for the appointment. Charges for vaccines and medications will be filed to insurance; patients are responsible for charges not covered by insurance.

Start taking the steps toward a healthy trip , including filling out a travel questionnaire as soon as you know your plans - about 3 months before your trip is a great time to start. Some travel vaccines take up to a month to complete. If proof of yellow fever vaccination is required for your destination, it is not valid until 10 days after administration.  So beginning this process weeks to days before departure is not ideal, but our travel clinic services can still be beneficial.

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Travel Vaccinations in Singapore

Travelling overseas? Do your travel vaccinations at our one-stop travel clinics conveniently located in Central Singapore (Orchard and Tanjong Pagar). We also allow same day appointments, and welcome families, groups or even onsite vaccinations. For more information about travel vaccinations, you may also visit CDC’s website .

Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre

ATA Medical is licensed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) to administer Yellow Fever vaccinations. Yellow Fever Vaccines are available at our clinics at $210 per dose .

Hajj & Umrah Vaccinations

We provide vaccination for annual Islamic pilgrimages to the holy city of Makkah or Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Meningitis ACWY Vaccines are available at our clinics at $100 per dose .

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Group 1 - 150 volunteers who will be vaccinated with the Nobivac vaccine twice with an interval of 21 days intramuscularly.

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• from 12 to 17 years inclusive (12 years 0 months 0 days - 17 years 11 months 30 days).

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  • For girls with a history of mensis - a negative pregnancy test and consent to adhere to adequate methods of contraception (use of contraceptives within a month after the second vaccination). Girls should use methods of contraception with a reliability of more than 90% (cervical caps with spermicide, diaphragms with spermicide, condoms, intrauterine spirals).
  • For young men capable of conception - consent to adhere to adequate methods of contraception (use of contraceptives within a month after the second vaccination). Young men and their sexual partners should use methods of contraception with a reliability of more than 90% (cervical caps with spermicide, diaphragms with spermicide, condoms, intrauterine spirals).

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    Yellow Fever. Find a location near you that gives yellow fever vaccine on CDC's Travelers' Health Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics webpage. Yellow fever vaccine is recommended for people age 9 months and older who are traveling to or living in areas at risk for yellow fever in South America and Africa. Some countries require travelers to show ...

  10. International Travel Health Clinics Serving Minnesota Residents

    To find other clinics authorized to administer yellow fever vaccine visit CDC: Search for Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics. If you are going to Europe, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, or New Zealand, your health care provider should be able to give you the shots you need. If you are going to any other country than those just listed, an ...

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  12. International Travel Clinic

    Campus Health offers: Travel Clinic Services for those UNC-Chapel Hill community members - students, post-docs, faculty and staff - who will be traveling internationally. Yellow Fever Vaccination for anyone age 18 and up. Our goal is to prepare UNC-Chapel Hill travelers with appropriate health and security information as well as immunizations ...

  13. Travel Immunization & Medications

    The first is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Traveler's Health site, or you can call CDC's information line at (800) 232-4636 [1-800-CDC-INFO] weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDC also has information about the most inquired travel vaccines such as yellow fever vaccine on their Travelers' Health webpage.

  14. Travel Vaccinations in Singapore: Same Day Appointment Avail

    Yellow Fever Vaccines are available at our clinics at $210 per dose. Hajj & Umrah Vaccinations We provide vaccination for annual Islamic pilgrimages to the holy city of Makkah or Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

  15. PDF MDHHS Yellow Fever Vaccine Transport Temperature Log

    MDHHS YELLOW FEVER VACCINE TRANSPORT TEMPERATURE LOG Clinic Name: Instructions: Vaccine transport is not recommended and should only occur in emergencies. However, this log can be utilized for temperature documentation in case of emergency or planned transport. Review all transport requirements located in . MDHHS Guidance on Vaccine Transport

  16. Vaccinations Necessary for Travel to Moscow?

    Europe - Vaccinations Necessary for Travel to Moscow? - Hi. I am going to Moscow next week. I have been advised that certain vaccinations are recommended for travel to Russia (Hepatitis A ...

  17. Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics in 85283

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  18. TRAVEL ADVISORY; New Clinic Serves Visitors to Moscow

    A new private clinic has opened in Moscow to serve travelers as well as residents. The service is provided by U.S. Global Health, a members-only joint venture of Columbia-Presbyterian Health ...

  19. An Open Comparative Study of the Effectiveness and Incomparable Study

    Prior vaccination with an experimental or registered vaccine that may affect the interpretation of the study data (any coronavirus or SARS vaccines). Long-term use (more than 14 days) of immunosuppressants or other immunomodulatory drugs (immunoregulatory peptides, cytokines, interferons, immune system effector proteins (immunoglobulins ...

  20. Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics in Illinois

    Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics in Illinois | Travelers' Health | CDC Travelers Health Find a Clinic Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics Search Results Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics in Illinois There are 409 result (s) for "Illinois". Search Again **Please note that most facilities provide services BY APPOINTMENT ONLY**

  21. Double-blind, Placebo-controlled, Randomized Study of the Tolerability

    Group 1 - 150 volunteers, Vaccine 0.5 ml, 21 days interval, post-vaccination observation period of 21 days. An additional objective of the study is to evaluate the safety, immunogenicity and efficacy of the CoviVac vaccine in the period from 21 days to 24 weeks after the second vaccination in comparison with placebo throughout the study.

  22. Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics in New Jersey

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  23. Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics in New York

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