The World Health Organization (WHO) annually consult with individual countries to confirm or update their country's yellow fever certificate requirements for international travellers. This is also known as the International Certificate of Vaccine or Prophylaxis (ICVP) requirement.
On 11 August 2020, the WHO published the annual update which details both countries and areas that have a risk of yellow fever transmission, and where there are ICVP certificate requirements for international travellers. The country pages of the TRAVAX (for health professionals) and fitfortravel (for the general public) websites will be updated in the coming weeks to reflect any changes. In the interim, the WHO vaccination requirements and recommendations for international travellers 2020 edition can be used to access the latest requirements.
Source: TRAVAX, 12 August 2020