I could do with some in-country advice please.
I had Yellow Fever jabs back in 2003. The guidance changed last year so that you only need a single shot to get covered for a lifetime, but this doesn't become mandatory until 2016 (according to the travel clinic I visited today). I will shortly be travelling to Kenya and crossing the land border into Tanzania. Are border control aware of the change of guidelines or am I likely to get problems when I do cross into Tanzania? I don't really want to have a live vaccine if I don't need it but I also don't want to get refused entry into Tanzania either. It was actually the Doctor at the clinic today who recommended seeking local advice.
All help gratefully received. I travel on 12th November and have provisionally booked an appointment for the vaccination on 6th just in case.