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[K1 Medical] Varicella vaccine not available?

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Hi all!

 

I am preparing everything for my medical and interview, and while going through the vaccine sheet, it is noted that you need the Varicella vaccine, which I do not have.

Then I started looking at the medical questionnaire and it lists the Varicella vaccine as one of the required, but then goes into say "The Varicella vaccination is unavailable in the United Kingdom."

 

Can anybody makes sense of this and provide some clarity?

 

Thank you. 

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Just now, martin bk said:

If you have had chickenpox you don’t need it 

check with your doctor if you are unsure if you had it as a child 

Thank you for the quick reply! I have had it as a child. I will make sure it is in my medical history

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5 hours ago, LiamT7 said:

Thank you for the quick reply! I have had it as a child. I will make sure it is in my medical history

It does not have to be reported by a doctor. You can just tell them at the visa clinic when they are going over your shot records. 

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4 hours ago, Wuozopo said:

It does not have to be reported by a doctor. You can just tell them at the visa clinic when they are going over your shot records. 

Thank you for the information Wuozopo, you are always a great help!

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On 3/31/2019 at 5:20 AM, LiamT7 said:

Hi all!

 

I am preparing everything for my medical and interview, and while going through the vaccine sheet, it is noted that you need the Varicella vaccine, which I do not have.

Then I started looking at the medical questionnaire and it lists the Varicella vaccine as one of the required, but then goes into say "The Varicella vaccination is unavailable in the United Kingdom."

 

Can anybody makes sense of this and provide some clarity?

 

Thank you. 

As the genius Wuozopo said, if you inform them (there's an additional medical questionnaire you'll receive when you're at the Knightsbridge) they'll just annotate that it's not required. I didn't even know I had previously had chicken pox...turns out that I had and it wasn't an issue. 


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