Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination for Travellers
Japanese encephalitis is a viral disease which is passed from animals or birds to humans via mosquito bites. The disease is rare but travellers to China and South East Asia are advised to consider having the injection, especially if you are planning to travel in the rainy season (when mosquitos are more prevalent) or if you are going to be staying in rural areas.
This vaccine is given as a course of injections. Ideally, this should be completed at least one month before you travel. This gives enough time for your body to develop full resistance to the virus.
The vaccine is given as two injections, with the second dose given 28 days after the first. A booster dose is required after 12 months. This vaccine is suitable for people who are 18 years of age and over.
|Japanese Encephalitis vaccination||£125per dose*
(£100 for vaccination + £25 appointment fee to administer the vaccine)
* Patients who require multiple vaccinations within the same appointment are eligible for a £25 discount for each additional vaccine and are only required to pay the £25 appointment fee once. Please check in advance that the combination of vaccines required is clinically recommended and appropriate.
** A £25 deposit is required per patient at the time of booking.