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Hi all,

I am flying from London to Harare via Nairobi ( 2 hour stop over, so will not be leaving airport) next week and was wondering if anyone has done the same? And if so, were you asked for yellow fever certificate on arrival in Harare? Or at least, flown into Zimbabwe from another yellow fever risk area and been asked or not?

I've had a look online and even rung the embassy here in the UK, but no one can give me a definite answer?

Would be grateful for any help and advice.

Kat

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