Corporate Chickenpox Vaccination Service
What is Chickenpox?
Chickenpox is a very common illness caused by the varicella-zoster virus. Some tell-tale symptoms of chickenpox include small, itchy red spots appearing anywhere on the body, a high temperature, aches and pains, a general unwell feeling, and loss of appetite. However, as the virus can lay dormant in the body for several years, someone can be infected but show no symptoms.
The highly contagious disease can be passed from person to person through coughing and sneezing, and its most infectious period is one to two days before the rash appears.
Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to contract chickenpox more than once in your life, although it is very unusual.
About our Corporate Chickenpox Vaccination Service
Suppose you work in a healthcare environment, in any capacity (including as admin, cleaning, or catering staff, for example), it is essential for you to be vaccinated against chickenpox. Vaccinations are not just to keep you and your friends and family safe, but they are also needed to help protect vulnerable people you may meet daily through your profession.
The vaccination service is available to you – or your employees – who have not had chickenpox before. The injection will be administered, in your upper arm, by a fully trained nurse at one of our UK-wide health clinics.
Chickenpox Vaccination Side Effects
The chickenpox vaccination side effects are minimal, but you may experience a fever, tiredness, digestive problems, and a mild chickenpox like rash.
Book a Corporate Health Chickenpox Vaccination
If you are an employer and want more information on the service you can complete our enquiry form below, and someone will get in touch with you
within 3-5 working days.
Terms & Conditions
- For in-store vaccinations, where a corporate account is set up, vaccinations will only be provided following a thorough risk assessment and presentation of valid ID.
- On-site vaccinations will incur a deployment fee based on the number of vaccinations requested
- Payments for on-site vaccinations are based on the number of vaccinations requested and not what is delivered on the day