COVID-19 TESTING is currently available. We do not test patients who think they have Covid-19 or who want to travel within the UK. Click here for more PCR test information

The Exeter Travel Clinic (and our Barnstaple site) remain open during lockdown, but we are only open on occasional Saturdays

If you know your PCR requirements and would like an appointment, please leave a short message with your telephone number and we will try our best to get back to you within 1 working day. You will need to know the date and time of departure, and your PCR test timing requirements (We do not take any responsibility for calculating your PCR test timing requirements). Any specific test enquiries should be emailed:

Covid testing is dependant on the supply of test kits, over which we have no control. If we are unable to obtain supplies, we will contact you before your appointment and let you know.

Please note: we are not part of the test-to-release scheme

Flu Vaccine: We have managed to acquire a small supply of flu vaccines and are able to provide this to individuals or groups

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Finishing vaccine courses during the pandemic

Completing vaccine courses during the Covid-19 pandemic

Many vaccines are given as a set of two or three with some requiring boosters after a period of time. Current FCO advice has placed everyones international travel on hold. Many people are now wondering if they should finish their vaccine course.

In general, vaccine courses do not need to be re-started, meaning we can continue where we left off in the future. So if you are in isolation or would rather wait until the lockdown has passed, you do not need to worry, and can continue when you know your new departure date.

If your vaccinations relate to your work, you are still travelling or would like to finish your course, the Exeter and Barnstaple Travel Clinics are currently still open providing vaccination services.

As a matter of precaution, our clinic appointments are increasingly spaced out, meaning interaction with other travellers is very limited.


  1. If you have any Coronavirus signs and symptoms, or are living with or had close contact with someone that has symptoms, DO NOT COME IN and remain in isolation
  2. If you have any medical history that places you at greater risk of Coronavirus, follow the NHS guidance and please consider postponing your travel vaccines
  3. If you have any concerns or questions relating to your vaccinations and travel, please contact the clinic and we will do our best to help.

Our clinic is staffed by qualified and experienced registered nurses who will place your safety above other considerations. At this time we are making stringent efforts in relation to Covid-19 protection, so please bear with us if there are slight delays.

Phone lines are very busy with enquiries at the moment and if you cannot get through, please email us.