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The Vanderbilt Travel Clinic is offering the Yellow Fever vaccine and will continue to carry this vaccine through 2018.In addition, we are now offering the cholera vaccine.
Warning - Earthquake and Tsunami in Indonesia
Watch - Ebola in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Watch - Leptospirosis in Israel
Watch - Measles in Brazil
Alert - Polio in Papua New Guinea
Chikungunya – Sudan
Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo
Cholera – Zimbabwe
Cholera – Niger
Monkeypox – Nigeria
The Center for Disease Control & Prevention - Travelers' Health
Department of State's Travelers Health
International Society of Travel Medicine
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