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What is Typhoid?

Typhoid fever is a disease acquired by the ingestion of food or water contaminated by the bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi. The bacteria can then enter the food chain and water supply from infected faeces if personal hygiene and general sanitation is inadequate. Direct faecal-oral transmission also occurs.

How does the vaccination work?

There are two forms of vaccines available, an injection or, oral capsules. The injection is a single dose and the oral capsules should be taken three times on day 0, 2 and 4. Both vaccine types provide protection up to 3 years. The oral capsules contain live attenuated vaccine whereas the injection contains a polysaccharide.

Who should be vaccinated?

Typhoid vaccination is recommended for travellers visiting countries where typhoid is commonly found, taking into account their planned activities and/or the incidence of disease in a country.

How much does it cost?

£35 per complete course

How it works


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Discuss and agree to a suitable treatment plan


Book an adiminstration appointment

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