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At the moment our recommendation would be for everybody to have a vaccine unless there is a specific contraindication. 

At  present, vaccines are still only available in UK through the National Health Service. The point of entry for eligibility is to be registered with a NHS general practitioner. This means that we are recommending all our patients to ensure they are registered with a National Health Service General Practitioner as well as with ourselves.  Once registered, you will be contacted for an appointment at the appropriate time by your registered NHS General Practice.  Sometimes administration is a bit clunky but in general the UK vaccination programme has gone well. If you are eligible for NHS care (and as far as we know this includes visitors to the UK) then the first step is to achieve this registration.  NHS registration is done on a geographical basis and in order to find your local practices you should go to https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-gp

We will update this advice when there are any changes to present arrangements. We are hopeful that vaccines may become available in private practice.

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