TRAVEL HEALTH CHECKS
HEPATITIS A £95
Hepatitis A is a viral infection which affects the human liver. The hepatitis A virus is usually ingested via contaminated food or water and is endemic to many countries where sanitation and access to safe food and water is poor.
If you need vaccination because you are travelling, a single injection of the vaccine should be given two weeks before you leave, although it can be given up to the day of your departure if necessary.
· When to get vaccinated: You should get vaccinated at least two weeks before travelling.
· Course: The course consists of one dose.
· Boosters: The vaccine protects you for one year. If you have another booster after 6 -12 months, you won’t need any further boosters for 25 years thereafter.
· How it is given: An injection in the upper arm.
From £95 per dose