|Combined Diptheria, Tetanus & Polio Vaccination||£50 per dose||10 years|
|Combined Hepatitis A & B Vaccination||£80 per dose||See individual vaccines.|
|Combined Hepatitis A & Typhoid Vaccination||£110 per dose||See individual vaccines.|
|Gardasil 9 (HPV)||155 per dose||Life|
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Is there a charge for travel vaccinations?
Some travel vaccines, such as cholera and typhoid vaccines, are generally free, but you’ll have to pay for others, such as yellow fever vaccination.
Are travel vaccines free on NHS?
Some travel vaccines are usually free on the NHS. This includes:
- diphtheria, polio and tetanus boosters.
- cholera vaccine.
- typhoid vaccine.
- hepatitis a and hepatitis b combined vaccine.
Is travel vaccines covered by insurance?
Childhood and routine vaccinations are covered in most public health insurance plans. You will have to pay for additional vaccinations directly or through your private health insurance.
How long do travel injections last?
The vaccination requires a course of 3 injections for full protection. The second dose is given 1 to 3 months after the first and provides immunity for about a year. A third dose, given 5 to 12 months after the second, provides immunity for up to 3 years. The course can sometimes be accelerated if necessary.