Yellow Fever Vaccination is available on every Wednesdays and Fridays
(Except public holidays)


Port Health Organisation Cochin (PHO)and Airport Health Organisation (APHO) Cochin is the only authorised centres in Kerala for Yellow Fever Vaccination. No private Centres/ Hospitals in Kerala have been authorised to give Yellow Fever Vaccination by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.


Yellow Fever Vaccination is available on every Wednesdays and Fridays (Except public holidays)

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Yellow Fever Vaccination is available on all Wednesdays and Fridays (Except public holidays). For Yellow Fever Vaccination there will be no online or phone booking. Passengers are requested to come by 09:30 AM and register. The registration timings will be from 09:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Passengers are requested to come before 10:30 AM and register. Passengers coming after 10:30 AM will not be entertained. Vaccination will be on First come First serve basis.

Rest of the requirements will remain the same. Passengers coming for vaccination are requested to go through the website of PHO Cochin for additional information.

Yellow Fever കുത്തിവെപ്പ് പൊതു അവധിയല്ലാത്ത എല്ലാ ബുധനാഴ്ചകളിലും വെള്ളിയാഴ്ചകളിലുമാണ് നടത്തപെടുന്നെത്. Yellow Fever  കുത്തിവയ്പ്പിനായി ഓൺലൈൻ  / ഫോൺ ബുക്കിംഗ് ഉണ്ടായിരിക്കുന്നതല്ല. യാത്രക്കാർ രാവിലെ  0 9 .3 0 AM  ന്  വന്ന് പേര് രജിസ്റ്റർ ചെയ്യണമെന്ന് അഭ്യർത്ഥിക്കുന്നു .റജിസ്ട്രേഷൻ  സമയം (രാവിലെ) 0 9. 30 AM മുതൽ 10 .30 AM വരെ ആയിരിക്കും .രാവിലെ 10 .30നു ശേഷം റജിസ്ട്രേഷൻ  അനുവദിക്കുകയില്ല . റജിസ്ട്രേഷൻ  മുൻഗണനാ ക്രമത്തിൽ ആവും കുത്തിവയ്പ് നൽകുക.

  1. Only vaccinee is allowed inside the vaccination hall. However in case of exception such as senior citizens/ physically challenged/ illiterate/ minor vaccinees one person from the family may be allowed to accompany inside the vaccination hall.
  2. Sanitize your hands and wear the masks properly before entering the hall. 
  3. Kindly maintain social distancing in the hall and while waiting outside.
  4. Please keep your mobile in silent mode and maintain silence inside the hall.
  5. Please get your own pen. 
  6. Please fill up the consent form before coming for vaccination. Consent form is available in the website.
  7. Passengers with egg allergy / drug allergy or taking any medicines for chronic health conditions should come with their treating doctor’s prescription.
  8. PHO Cochin has only stock of 2 dose vials at present. If only one passenger is left at the end, he/she will be asked to come on the next vaccination day. No vaccine wastage is permitted as there is severe shortage of Yellow Fever Vaccine.
  9.  Passenger can leave the vaccination center after 30 minutes of observation after vaccination.

Passengers who have taken COVID-19 vaccine coming for Yellow Fever vaccination should take the Yellow Fever Vaccine after 2 weeks.

Passengers who have had COVID-19 disease should take the Yellow Fever vaccine after 12 weeks of turning negative for COVID-19 disease.

Any number of live vaccines can be given within a time frame of 24 hours. However in case, 24 hours have already passed/ elapsed since the administration of first live vaccine eg: MMR, BCG, TYPHOID ORAL, PLAGUE, ORAL POLIO, INTRANSAL INFLUENZA, TYPHUS), a different type of live vaccine (e.g. yellow fever) should be given only after 28 days. This is based on the scientific studies which have shown reduced immune response when two different types of live vaccines are given at a gap of more than 24 hours but less than 28 days. However, a second live vaccine which is of the same type as the first one can be given, with in 24 hours, without affecting immunogenicity.

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On the other hand we denounce with righteous indignation

Global cruise terminal set for launch, Ernakulam Wharf

19 May 1964 Commissioning of Ernakulam Wharf. 1966 Experimental loading of palletised cargo started. 13 December 1969 Open berth Q9 commissioned. 27 November 1973 President Tyler, first container vessel to enter any Indian Port, berthed in Ernakulam Wharf.

International Container Transshipment Terminal Kochi

Container Transshipment Terminal, Kochi first came to the mind of Dr. Babu Paul IAS, He proposed this project to K Karunakaran but the central government not interested in this project. On 16 February 2005, Dubai Ports World announced that it has signed an agreement with the Cochin Port Trust (CoPT) to construct, develop and operate an International Container Transshipment Terminal (ICTT) – An India Gateway Terminal – at Vallarpadam.

LNG Terminal Kochi

The terminal has been developed by Petronet LNG having the capacity to store and distribute 5-million tonnes per annum. The terminal is currently operating at 8 percent capacity. The present customers are Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore (FACT),BPCL(Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited) and Nitta Gelatin India Ltd. So far, two vessels carrying LNG had berthed at the terminal and had unloaded them.Petronet LNG gets the supply of 14.4 lakh tons of LNG per year for the Kochi terminal from the Gorgon project in Australia for a 20-year period as per the deal signed in August 2009.

Mattancherry Wharf

12 August 1936 Maharaja of Cochin laid the foundation-stone for the Fourth Stage works. 2 June 1939 Braunfels, the first ocean-going ship to berth alongside Mattancherry Wharf. 13 September 1948 SS Bharat Kumar, the first vessel to berth in the expanded Mattancherry Wharf.

Cochin International Cruise Terminal SAMUDRIKA


Lakshadweep Wharf

In 1854 all the remaining islands were handed over to the East India Company for Administration. so, came the British rule. ... Nine Primary Schools and few dispensaries were started during the colonial rule in the islands. The Union Territory was formed in 1956 and it was named Lakshadweep in 1973.

Cochin Shipyard

Cochin Shipyard was incorporated in the year 1972 as a fully owned Government of India company. In the last three decades the company has emerged as a forerunner in the Indian Shipbuilding & Ship repair industry. This yard can build and repair the largest vessels in India.