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Yellow fever medical waiver - Rwanda and Tanzania

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I need help - I am traveling to Rwanda and Tanzania Aug 27-Sept 9th for a Gorilla Trek and safari, but I am pregnant and was advised not to receive the Yellow Fever Vaccine. I have been told it is sufficient to bring a medical note from my doctor saying I cannot receive the vaccine - but does anyone know if there are specific requirements for the note? Also, I have seen others post that it is necessary to have the Doctor create the waiver on an International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (ICVP) medical contraindication to vaccination form. Does anyone know about this and/or where to get the ICVP? Any and all advice appreciated. Thank you.

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