TICK BOURNE ENCEPHALITIS
Spread by the bite of an infected tick, travellers at risk include those planning to walk, camp or work in long grassy or wooded areas for long periods especially during spring, summer and autumn months as this is when the ticks are most active. If caught, symptoms include flu-like illness sometimes followed by neurological complications. If at risk, travellers should consider vaccination which involves 2 initial injections and a booster for extended coverage. They should also avoid tick bites by covering up. Always remove any ticks promptly.
|Travel Vaccinations||Member per dose||Non Member per dose|
|Travel Nurse Appointment fee||£30.00||£35.00|
|Tick Borne Encephalitis Adult (3 doses, given at 0,1 and 6 months)||£65.00||£70.00|
|Tick Borne Encephalitis Junior (3 doses, given at 0,1 and 6 months)||£65.00||£70.00|