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acceptance of Yellow Fever waiver at Tanzania border and Kenya airport

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I am traveling to Niborbi in October and then on to Tanzania on safari. My doctor insists that his waiver for the Yellow Fever vaccination will be accepted according to the World Health Organization and CDC. He will be documenting my health related issue and using the proper letter head paperwork according to these professionals. I am looking for any one who has recently had a similar waiver that has used it when entering Kenya from the Nirobi airport and then at the Tanzania border. I will be crossing near the Masi Mara and then Amboseli. Is it accepted? Were there any complications? Were you forced to have a vaccination on the spot or given trouble?

Thanks for your input

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