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Tetanus, diphtheria and polio (DTP) vaccination

Treatment in 3 easy steps

Have a consultation with your pharmacist and receive your vaccination.

Choose an appointment

Use our easy calendar to book an appointment.

Consultation

See if the DTP vaccination is right for you.

Treatment

Receive your vaccination provided by your pharmacist.

What is the DTP vaccine?

You might need this vaccination if you are travelling to a high-risk country and haven’t had the vaccination for 5 years. You can obtain it through your pharmacist.

You only need one injection for a booster. Vaccination is highly effective and should be considered by travellers who are not fully covered by previous doses, particularly if they are going to a high-risk area where it may be difficult to get medical attention.

Find out when you were last vaccinated

Check risk in country of travel (if applicable)

Have a consultation with your pharmacist

Receive your vaccination

Take measures to prevent tetanus, diphtheria and polio transmission

Book now to find out more about the DTP vaccine

“Most people receive vaccination against tetanus, polio and diphtheria as part of their childhood vaccinations. However, some people may have been vaccinated over 5 years ago, are going travelling or have an injury so want to top up their protection. This vaccination is extremely effective and has led to cases of each disease dropping rapidly worldwide.”

Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE

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