Visiting Belgium after Senegal: Will I need Yellow Fever Certification?
September 13, 2015 7:16 AM   Subscribe

Soon, I'll be going to Dakar for <48 hours, followed by a few days in Belgium, before returning to the US. I've completely flaked on travel vaccinations, and the trip is getting close. I'm current on the more standard immunizations. I don't think that Belgium requires a yellow fever certificate, but I'm not completely sure. Any suggestions?
posted by armacy to Travel & Transportation (2 answers total)
It doesn't.
posted by deeaytch at 7:38 AM on September 13, 2015

According to this document from the WHO in 2013, you will not need a certificate to enter Belgium. But you will need one to enter Senegal if you are arriving from another country that has a risk of yellow fever or if you will have traveled through another airport where there is a risk of yellow fever.

Country List: Yellow fever vaccination requirements and recommendations; malaria situation; and other vaccination requirements
posted by colfax at 7:40 AM on September 13, 2015

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