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Population: 56. Language: Local language and English. Capital: Adamstown.
Pitcairn Islands are a volcanic island group in the southeast. Pacific Ocean, east of French Polynesia, covering 27 sq. kms. Only the main island of Pitcairn is inhabited. Now a UK Dependent Territory governed by the High Commissioner in NZ. The island produces postage stamps, tropical and subtropical crops, crafts and forestry.
The climate is equable, average temperatures vary little between 24C in January and 19C in July. Adequate annual rainfall.
Pitcairn Island is not listed as infected with cholera at present.
There is no risk of malaria.
Yellow Fever Information
Yellow Fever does not occur in this country.
Country Requirements (WHO):
A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from travellers over 1 year of age coming from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.