For arrivals, the Ministry of Health has issued a notification  to travelers coming from countries in the yellow fever zone.  Such passengers must have the certificate of vaccination  against the yellow fever known as the "International Health Certificate for Yellow Fever Vaccination".
 
The certificate must be presented to the officers at  the Disease Control counter before Immigration in the arrival lounge, 2nd floor. The certificate will be effective 10 days after the vaccination and is valid for 10 years.
 
Passengers without the certificate will be vaccinated on arrival and quarantined for 6 days.

The countries of regions that are in the Yellow fever zone are :
1. Republic of Angola
2. Argentine Republic
3. Plurinational State of Bolivia
4. Federative Republic of Brazil
5. Republic of Benin
6. Republic of Burundi
7. Republic of Burkina Faso
8. Republic of Cameroon
9.Central African Republic
10. Republic of Chad
11. Republic of Colombia
12. Republic of Congo
13. Republic of Cote d'Ivoire
14. Democratic Republic of the Congo
15. Republic of Ecuador
16. Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
17. Republic of Equatorial Guinea
18. French Guiana
19. Gabonese Republic
20. Republic of The Gambia
21. Republic of Ghana
22. Republic of Guinea
23. Co-operative Republic of Guyana
24. Republic of Guinea-Bissau
25. Republic of Kenya
26. Republic of Liberia
27. Republic of Mali
28. Islamic Republic of Mauritania
29. Republic of Niger
30. Federal Republic of Nigeria
31. Republic of Panama
32. Republic of Paraguay
33. Republic of Peru
34. Republic of Rwanda
35. Republic of Senegal
36. Republic of Sierra Leone
37. Republic of Somalia
38. Republic of Sudan
39. Republic of Suriname
40. United Republic of Tanzania
41. Togolese Republic
42. Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
43. Republic of Uganda
44. Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
45. Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe