by st599_uk » 28 Nov 2020, 1:36pm
I also keep a copy of my WHO vaccine certificate which I got in Tanzania.
Perhaps another essential item? Back in the day I was cycling in Malawi, heading for the Tanzanian border and discovered that a yellow fever jab was required. As I had an official WHO vaccine booklet with various entries in it I just whipped out my ‘John Bull, Printing Outfit’ out from a pannier, made up an official looking stamp and job, rather than jab done. Some wise soul had suggested that I carry one. I know that I used it a least once more perhaps for some other traveller needing an ‘official’ stamp.
by Bmblbzzz » 28 Nov 2020, 3:53pm
So they just happen to have a vaccination point at the border crossing?
Entering Malawi at the border post I was told that I had to have a cholera jab. The immigration officer did it using the same needle he did the rest of the people in the queue. This was a few years prior to AIDS.