Routine vaccination protects against serious diseases here in the UK.
If you are planning to travel abroad, it’s possible you may need additional vaccinations to protect you against infectious diseases that are not found here. For example, yellow fever or malaria.
Most vaccinations should be given at least a month before travel so allow plenty of time to get all the vaccines you need. Ask your GP if you are unsure about vaccination.
For more information on travel vaccines visit NHS Wales 111 travel health site (opens in a new tab).
For detailed advice on vaccination for all travellers click here to visit the fit for travel site (opens in a new tab) .
The NHS COVID pass allows you to show others, when travelling abroad, that you’ve had a covid-19 vaccine. To request a NHS COVID Pass please click here (opens in a new window)