Cholera vaccination

Protection in 3 easy steps

Have a consultation with your pharmacist and receive your sachets to dissolve and drink. The doses will be taken 1-6 weeks apart.

Choose an appointment

Use our easy calendar to book an appointment that suits you.


Visit your local pharmacist for a consultation.


Receive your vaccinations provided by your pharmacist.

Do you need a cholera vaccination?

Even in at-risk areas, the risk to travellers is still quite small. The vaccine is only recommended to those going to work in an area of a known cholera outbreak such as aid workers, or those planning to stay for a long time, especially if there will be limited access to medical care.

The cholera vaccine is given as a powder in a sachet, dissolved in water to drink. Children aged 2-6 will need three doses whereas those over 6 will only need two. This is a private service from your pharmacist but you may be eligible for a free vaccination on the NHS from your GP.

Check risk for area of travel

Have a consultation with your pharmacist

Receive your sachets

Take as directed

Wash hands frequently while travelling

Protect yourself from cholera. Book your vaccination today.

"Cholera affects millions of people worldwide each year. However, the risk to travellers remains low even in high-risk areas so there are only a few groups like aid workers and those living and working in cholera outbreak areas for whom the vaccine is necessary."

Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE

Register now for quick and easy online access to your local GP services.