Our expert says:
Because yellow fever vaccine contains live virus, it should not in general be given to children under 9 months of age, pregnant women, and immunosuppressed individuals, such as those with AIDS or cancer patients receiving immunosuppressive medications. These individuals should avoid traveling to areas where yellow fever is actively transmitted.
They are not life long. Boosters are necessary.
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