Outbreak of yellow fever in Brazil - 1st update, 13 April 2017
Brazil has been experiencing a yellow fever outbreak since January 2017 and WHO has recently updated vaccination requirements and recommendations for international travellers accordingly. This risk assessment contains updated advice to travellers and health professionals and the latest information on the epidemiological situation in Brazil, with details of the States affected and the measures being taken.
Yellow fever among travellers returning from South America, March 2017
This risk assessment is triggered by the increase in the number of yellow fever cases among EU travellers with exposure in South America since August 2016 and assesses the risk of contracting yellow fever for travellers to South America.Read more
Rapid risk assessment: Outbreak of yellow fever in Brazil, 25 January 2017
This rapid risk assessment assesses the ongoing outbreak of yellow fever in Brazil and the subsequent risk to EU/EEA countries and citizens.Read more
Rapid risk assessment: Outbreaks of yellow fever in Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda
This risk assessment evaluates the risk of yellow fever infection, which has seen outbreaks in Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda, being introduced into Europe, and sets out a range of options for response.Read more