Little Bushey Surgery is now accredited as a Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre
Yellow fever vaccination
If you are planning to travel to an area where you may be at risk of yellow fever, make sure you are vaccinated before making your trip.
About the yellow fever vaccine
The yellow fever vaccine is given as a single injection.
You should be vaccinated at least 10 days before you travel, as this will allow enough time for your body to develop protection against the yellow fever infection. Your proof of vaccination certificate (see below) will only become valid after this time.
The vaccination provides protection for 95-100% of those who have it. This protection lasts at least 10 years and may even be life-long.
Booster doses of yellow fever vaccine
Booster doses of the yellow fever vaccine used to be recommended every 10 years for everyone planning another visit to an area where the infection is found.
Consultation and Vaccination £60 per person.
Yellow Fever Leaflet
Consent Form and Questionnaire