21 Apr 2015

GSK re-introduces typhoid-containing vaccines

News for health professionals on typhoid-containing vaccine availability

In 2011 GSK suspended production of Typherix (Typhoid, Polysaccharide vaccine) and Hepatyrix  (Hepatitis A (inactivated) due to manufacturing capacity constraints. These vaccines are now available again.

All queries relating to the supply of these products should be directed to GlaxoSmithKline.

Information about alternative hepatitis A and typhoid vaccine products, available from other manufacturers, is available from the electronic Medicines Compendium (eMC).

Regional insect and tick bite information

New regional risk information is available on the NaTHNaC Country Information pages Read more

Hepatitis A vaccination: temporary recommendations - update

Public Health England have updated travel recommendations and dose sparing advice for adult and paediatric hepatitis A vaccines Read more

Travelling to celebrate Pride?

A reminder for travellers to international Pride events to be aware of sexual health risks Read more

Country requirements for an International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (ICVP): key changes for 2018

TravelHealthPro has been updated to reflect updates to yellow fever recommendations and certificate requirements Read more

Imported malaria cases in the United Kingdom in 2017

Public Health England publishes 2017 imported UK malaria cases Read more
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