Travel Immunisations Update May 2021

The Government’s website has been updated with details on the vaccination requirement before travelling internationally.

Countries will decide whether they require proof of Covid vaccination for entry, and it is the traveller’s responsibility to check individual requirements. If needed, people in England who have both vaccine doses will be able to demonstrate their Covid vaccination status via the NHS App from 17 May.

Those without access to the app can request a letter from the NHS proving their vaccination status by calling 119.  More information will be shared when it becomes available.

The latest information on symptoms of coronovirus infection and areas where recent travel may have resulted in a high risk of exposure can be found on

NHS 111 has an online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do.

 Use this service if:

• you think you might have coronavirus

• in the last 14 days you’ve been to a country or area with a high risk of     coronavirus

• you’ve been in close contact with someone with coronavirus.

Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

Call 111 if you need to speak to someone.

Everyone is being reminded to follow the public health advice on the NHS website to avoid catching or spreading coronavirus. (Update: 10.03.2020)


We offer the following vaccinations for travel, these are available on the NHS, any additional vaccines would need to be from specialist providers as they are not available on the NHS.  Vaccinations recommended for travel vary according to destination and duration of travel.

Please check the following website for up to date travel information:

Hepatitis A

7th July 2017 – Update:

Dose sparing regimes have been adopted in line with national guidance. Current advice may differ from that previously given as there is a global shortage of adult hepatitis A vaccine.

A full course of vaccination 2 doses, 2nd dose 6-12 months after the 1st,

additional booster may be required 25years after completion of course.


Injection lasts for 3 years.

Oral tablets last for 1 year (not usually given) and cannot be taken with malaria tablets.

Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio

For adults booster required 10 years after last dose.

children routine schedule.

Please complete and return a travel risk assessment form, they can be collected from reception or you can print a copy from our documents section. One form is required per patient.

Please be aware that at peak travel times your requests will be dealt with mindful of your travel date. 

Travel Advice Update February 2019

Due to a high demand for appointments currently, please note that requests for travel advice that are submitted at short notice (less than 6 weeks) may struggle to get suitable appointments.  We apologise if this is the case.  Please be aware that travel health advice, travel vaccines and malaria tablets are available in travel clinics and some larger pharmacies.