YFV Yellow fever vaccination

percent of children aged 0 to 12 months, 1997–2016

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    1997 Ranking
    1. Gambia 87.00
    2. Ivory Coast 59.00
    3. Central African Republic 42.00
    4. Ghana 40.00
    5. Angola 37.00
    6. Chad 13.00
    2016 Ranking
    1. Paraguay 99.00
    2. Bolivia 99.00
    3. Guyana 99.00
    4. Gambia 97.00
    5. Colombia 92.00
    6. Ghana 88.00
    7. Senegal 87.00
    8. Togo 86.00
    9. Trinidad and Tobago 85.00
    10. Venezuela 84.00
    11. Sierra Leone 80.00
    12. Suriname 79.00
    13. Ecuador 78.00
    14. Cameroon 78.00
    15. Benin 78.00
    16. Guinea Bissau 75.00
    17. Mali 73.00
    18. Liberia 73.00
    19. Ivory Coast 70.00
    20. Niger 68.00
    21. Congo (Kinshasa) 67.00
    22. Congo (Brazzaville) 65.00
    23. Peru 64.00
    24. Gabon 64.00
    25. Guinea 54.00
    26. Angola 53.00
    27. Nigeria 51.00
    28. Burkina Faso 49.00
    29. Central African Republic 48.00
    30. Chad 44.00
    31. Brazil 39.00
    32. Panama 6.00
    33. Argentina 6.00
    34. Kenya 1.00

    YFV is a vaccine against yellow fever. Yellow fever presents in most cases in humans with fever, chills, anorexia, nausea, muscle pain (with prominent backache) and headache, which generally subside after several days. In some patients, a toxic phase follows, in which liver damage with jaundice can occur and lead to death.

    Source: Unicef