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Title: Yellow-fever vaccinating centres for international travel : situation as on 1 January 1991 = Centres de vaccination contre la fièvre jaune pour les voyages internationaux, situation au 1er janvier 1991
Other Titles: Centres de vaccination contre la fièvre jaune pour les voyages internationaux : situation au 1er janvier 1991. fre
Authors: World Health Organization
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: Geneva : World Health Organization
Language: English
Abstract: A country-by-country directory of centres where valid international certificates of vaccination against yellow fever can be obtained. Vaccinating centres are officially designated by countries in accordance with the International Health Regulations, which specify that an international certificate of vaccination against yellow fever is valid only if the vaccinating centre has been designated by the health administration for the territory in which the centre is situated. The regulations further require WHO approval of the vaccine used by the centre. The list of designated vaccinating centres is organized by country, and within country, by city. In some instances, the names and addresses of vaccinators are included. The booklet also features a list of the eleven laboratories approved by WHO for the production of yellow fever vaccine. An index of countries and territories with yellow fever vaccinating centres concludes the booklet
Description: 82 p.
English / French
Subject: Yellow Fever
Context: directories
metadata.dc.subject.other: Communicable Diseases and their Control
Other Identifiers: 9240580123
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