Panama tourism sector upset over new health regulations
The tourism sector will ask the Minister of Health that he not certify the rule calling for the vaccination of travels for yellow fever depending on their origin or destination.
Friday, October 10, 2008
Travelers originating or destined for some 40 countries labeled by the WHO as "having the risk of yellow fever" will have to present a certificate of vaccination against yellow fever.
The vaccine against yellow fever will only be recommended but not required for exiting or entering Panama, the Ministry of Health reported today.
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