Revised Monterey meeting report APC-1554a

Sakae OKUBO okubo at GITI.OR.JP
Mon Mar 8 01:16:07 EST 1999


People,

>From the US Government Center for Disease Control (CDC) "Health Information
for Travelers to Temperate South America":
http://www.cdc.gov/travel/temsam.htm

See also the CDC "Comprehensive Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirements":
http://www.cdc.gov/travel/yelfever.htm

>From enquiries to the Australian Government Department of Health, Tiphoid
and Hepatitis A vaccinations are recommended for visitors to Santiago Chile.

The issue about Yellow Fever in South America seems to be in relation to
tropical South America. This would include north-eastern Argentina. It may
still be an issue for persons transiting (changing planes in) these areas.

Regards,

Douglas

At 10:37 1999-03-07 -0500, Dale L. Skran wrote:
>All:
>
>Some concern was raised about being let into Chile and needed a yellow
>fever shot
>to leave. This does not appear to be the case.
>
>Dale Skran
>Q13 Rapporteur
>
>
>>From: Eileen.Patterson at ascend.com
>>X-Lotus-FromDomain: ASCEND
>>To: Dale.Skran at ascend.com
>>Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 12:10:32 -0800
>>Subject: Travel to Chile
>>
>>
>>
>>To travel to Chile you will need...a valid passport, $45 entrance fee to
>>the country, and nothing else.
>>I spoke with the State Department (202-647-5225).  They say to use common
>>sense precautions in Chile...stay away from demonstrations by Chileans.  US
>>citizens are not at risk unless they get involved in these demonstrations.
>>
>>The Chilean Embassy (202-785-1746) assured me that no immunizations were
>>necessary for travel to Chile or exiting from Chile.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>



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