To the Seychelles there is no risk of malaria, yellow fever or cholera. There are also no other tropical diseases here.
No compulsory vaccinations are required for the Seychelles, except in the case of entry into or transit from a yellow fever infected area within the last 6 days. In this case a yellow fever vaccination is required from the age of 1 year. Infected areas include certain parts of northern and central South America and central Africa. (South Africa does not belong to an infected area)
For people entering via Nairobi, Kenya and staying in Kenya in the transit area a yellow fever vaccination is not necessary.
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