A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over 1 year of age coming from infected areas. The countries and areas included in the endemic zones are considered as infected areas. A list of these countries is as hereunder:
|Central African Republic
|Democratic Republic of Congo
|Sad Tome and Principe
|United Republic of Tanzania
It should be pointed out that the Vaccination Certificate for Yellow Fever is valid ten (10) days after the date of vaccination, or in case of revaccination as from the date of revaccination.
There is no malaria risk in Mauritius. No indigenous (cases of local origin) has been reported in the country in the last 5 (five) years.
No malaria prophylaxis is required.
HEPATITIS A, TYPHOID
The prevalence of these diseases is very low. There is no need to have any vaccinations against these diseases when proceeding to the country.
No cases of Poliomyelitis has been reported since the early sixties.
No filariasis in Mauritius.
No Rabies in Mauritius.