Vaccination is the single most important measure for preventing yellow fever.
- Vaccination is the single most important measure for preventing yellow fever.
- vigilant surveillance is critical for prompt recognition and rapid control of outbreaks.
- Mosquito control measures can be used to prevent virus transmission until vaccination has taken effect.
- WHO Guidelines for investigation and control of yellow fever outbreaks: Prevention through routine immunization and preventive mass immunization campaigns; detection, reporting and investigation of suspect cases; laboratory support; outbreak response; vaccine supply; and furthering research.