Our expert says:
He can go to a netcare travel clinic for the injection, Universitas should also have a clinic that can give yellowfever injections. There isn't a vaccine for haemorrhagic fever, but it is usually only transmitted if a person has direct contact with a sick person.. Let him discuss with the travel clinic as they get regular updates about which areas are dangerous to visit.
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