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Cos'è il papilloma-virus

What is
yellow fever?

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Come si trasmette l'infezione

Why prevention
is important

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A chi è consigliato il vaccino

When to

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Quando è preferibile vaccinarsi


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It is administered subcutaneously or intramuscularly.

The most common side effects are mild and include pain at the site of injection, fever, headache and muscle pain, which typically pass within a few days. Adverse reactions affecting the nervous system or liver, or replicating the symptoms of the disease, are very rare and are more likely to affect patients older than 60 years or under 6 months of age.

For patients over 60 years of age, an assessment by a medical specialist is recommended.

The vaccine is not recommended for children under 6 months of age, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals or people who have had severe allergic reactions to the vaccine or its components. In such cases, it is best to avoid travel or, if that is not possible, take extra care to avoid mosquito bites. In the event that your destination requires a vaccine certificate, you must go to one of the authorised centres to receive a vaccine exemption form, which is valid internationally.

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