Hi, we are visiting Argentina in November. We will be in BA, Salta and Iguazu. We are only in Iguazu for 2 nights, but our doctor is recommending a yellow fever vaccine. When I look at the CDC map, it seems the area of concern is really on the other side of the falls (we are staying on the Argentina side). Any thoughts? The idea of a vaccination seems rather extreme for this short amount of time. Also, I believe we will be there during the drier season. Thanks
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