How to obtain proof of vaccination status

Proof of vaccination status

When traveling, you may be asked to provide your proof of vaccination, there are several ways that you can prove this.

Your proof of vaccination can be provided by the NHS, but this must be requested in advance of your trip. You can request proof of vaccination 14 days after your second dose and there are different ways you can do this:

1.     A print letter

2.     A digital pass on the NHS app

 Both are accepted forms of proof, although for the NHS app pass, individuals must already be registered for digital services.

Print proof of vaccination can be requested through this link: Get your NHS COVID Pass letter – NHS (www.nhs.uk).

The letter should arrive within 5 days of your request; however, it is advised by the NHS that you request this as early as possible to ensure this is received well in advance of your departure date.

In addition to providing your proof of vaccination, you will also need to take tests on your arrival back in the UK, these will depend on whether you have arrived from a green or amber country. All tests & packages can be purchased directly through our website to make your holiday as stress-free as possible.

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