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Shot from Hyderabad India's most celebrated forts, the view across the jungles and time to the mosques build across time in later centuries. It's a timeless snapshot of sultans and kings.
Shot from Hyderabad India's most celebrated forts, the view across the jungles and time to the mosques build across time in later centuries. It's a timeless snapshot of sultans and kings.Submitted by Eric Bozinny / UGC

Nov. 6

Answer: The correct answer is Yellow Fever.

Proof of vaccination is required if you visit a country in the yellow fever zone within six days before visiting India. And be sure to bring your proof with you. According to the CDC, “Travelers who arrive in a country with a yellow fever vaccination entry requirement without proof of yellow fever vaccination may be quarantined up to 6 days.”