Effective immediately, the Bolivian government has introduced a new requirement for travelers entering Bolivia from certain countries to present a yellow fever vaccination at the port of entry. This requirement is in response to a recent yellow fever outbreak in Bolivia and neighbouring countries.
Any traveller over the age of one entering Bolivia from the following countries must present a yellow fever vaccination certificate, showing a vaccine given at least ten days prior:
In addition, travellers over the age of nine months entering Bolivia from any country and intending to travel to an area of Yellow Fever risk in Bolivia must present a vaccination certificate.
Areas of risk currently include altitudes below 2300m in the departments of La Paz, Cochabamba, Chuquisaca and Tarija. However, the cities of La Paz, Santa Cruz de la Sierra and Cochabamba are not currently considered to be areas of yellow fever risk.