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Travel Vaccinations

18/06/2018

Travel Health News Weekly Roundup (June 11th – 17th 2018)

It’s that time again for your Travelpharm weekly health news roundup! We have collected all the latest news articles from around the world to get you up-to-date with all the breaking travel health news. It is always important to do your research when planning to travel abroad. The more you know before you travel, the better prepared you will be once you’re there. Allowing you to enjoy your holiday without worrying about unexpected surprises. The following articles are for 11-17 June 2018. Enjoy! Rabies Vaccinations Its been reported that Global... Read More

12/01/2018

NEWS: WHO Supports Immunisation Against Cholera In Zambia

Following an outbreak of cholera in Zambia’s capital, 1 million residents of Lusaka are set to be immunised against the deadly disease. The outbreak initially started in the Chipata sub-district on the 2nd October 2017, where it continued to spread leading to the Minister of Health to declare an outbreak on the 6th October¹. On the 9th of January 2018 the Zambian Government placed a temporary suspension on the issue of passports and national identity cards in a bid to contain the disease².  It is only now that the Zambian government... Read More

06/10/2017

UK Vaccine Shortages

Across the UK there are currently some major vaccine shortages of which are causing disruption for patients wishing to have NHS or private vaccinations. Uh-oh, vaccine shortages! You may think that vaccines are only given by your GP at the local GP surgery but you are incorrect!  Many pharmacies and private clinics provide vaccines and people use these clinics because not all vaccines are available from your GP and for some people the convenience of a private clinic/pharmacy is more important. Unfortunately, our partner sites Manor Pharmacy and Peak Pharmacy... Read More

07/07/2016

Do I Need A Travel Vaccination For My Holiday?

Have you ever considered that you may require special vaccinations when travelling abroad? If you have booked your next holiday outside of the UK, you may need to be vaccinated against travel-related infections such as yellow fever, typhoid, hepatitis A or B and meningitis. If you are travelling to countries in central Europe, Australia or North America, you are unlikely to need travel vaccinations. But what about those countries where the risk is much higher? Some countries require you to have a Certificate of Vaccination before you enter, especially if... Read More