My husband and I need to get a Yellow Fever vaccine while we're in Lima. We'll be there for 2 weeks in October, and we're aware of the 10-day period afterwards to allow immunity to build. We don't want to get it here in the US, because, due to shortages, it's $750-$900 for it for two people.
I see there are a few places, like a clinic in the airport (which costs ~$40 supposedly), and Cayetano Heredia Hospital or Hospital Loayza.
Does anyone know how this works or what the current schedule for Yellow Fever vaccinations (I've read it's only offered on certain days/times)? Also, if they provide an international certificate of vaccination?
Our only concern is if these places are fully dedicating their resources to COVID-19, and nothing auxiliary. Also, we're aware the Lambda variant is present in Lima, and we don't know what the risk is to come into contact with the variant at these facilities.
Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much!