Walgreens specially trained pharmacists can also administer CDC-recommended travel immunizations such as yellow fever, typhoid and polio vaccines3.
Travel immunizations are widely available at more than 5,000 Walgreens stores in 41 states.
Where do I get vaccinations for travel?
Call your doctor or local health department to see if they can provide pre-travel advice, vaccines, and medicines. Use the vaccine finder tool to locate quick clinics and pharmacies that provide routine vaccines. Call ahead, some of these clinics also offer travel vaccines.
Where can I get free travel vaccinations?
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.
What vaccines are required for international travel?
Which Travel Vaccines Will I Need?
- Hepatitis A.
- Hepatitis B.
- Typhoid and paratyphoid fever.
- Meningococcal disease.
- Yellow Fever.
- Japanese Encephalitis.
How much does it cost to get travel vaccinations?
Some people like to visit travel-certified pharmacies because you can meet with a specially trained pharmacist for a one-on-one consultation and receive all your vaccines and medications at one location. The cost to see the pharmacist can range anywhere from $50 to $150 depending on the location and pharmacy.