The UK rules for travellers who have received the relevant vaccinations are very clear. The key facts section of the National Health Services (NHS) website explains that to receive the relevant quadrivalent dose of vaccines your doctor must advise on this beforehand. There are also additional details available from the British Medical Association’s website, which provides a full list of the vaccines recommended for UK travel. These include the routine vaccines, including those for Hepatitis A, C and Pox.
Travellers should be advised by their doctor or travel clinic that they may possibly need additional doses of vaccines, or that they are at risk of contracting an infectious disease while travelling abroad. For example, travelers who have not had their routine malaria vaccination can be at increased risk of contracting the disease, as can travellers who have not been vaccinated against hepatitis A. British Airways has been advised that all of its passengers who are travelling abroad between now and the end of April must be up to date on their three series of routine vaccines. This includes Measles, Rubella and Mumps.
Some airlines are providing further advice and protection for passengers travelling abroad between now and mid-September. For passengers travelling in business class flights or first and business class direct flights, or through other seating options on short-haul carriers, you should be advised by your cabin crew member or airline representative. In addition, some airlines offer additional compensation to those travelling abroad between now and the end of September for those who will need to take additional doses of their vaccines.
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