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NHS COVID Pass Information

Posted on March 8th, 2022

Adults

Please follow the link for all the information you need.

Using your NHS COVID Pass for travel abroad and at venues and settings in England – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Children – Please note your GP cannot provide letters or services

NHS COVID Pass for domestic use in England

Children under 18 do not have to demonstrate their COVID-19 status for entry to domestic events or venues in England.

NHS COVID Pass digital service for international travel 

From 3 February, children aged 12 and over can get a digital NHS COVID Pass for international travel.

A digital NHS COVID Pass will:

  • provide a record of COVID-19 vaccinations received
  • show evidence of recovery for 180 days following a positive NHS PCR test

See ‘How to use the NHS COVID Pass when travelling abroad’ above.

You can order a digital NHS COVID Pass:

  • via the UK websitefor those aged 12 and over (as a PDF you can download or print)
  • via the NHS Appfor those aged 13 and over (age restrictions apply for use of the App)

To get an NHS COVID Pass, your child will first need to register for an NHS login. Once they have logged into the NHS COVID Pass service and clicked on ‘Travel’, they will be asked to prove their identity. They can do this themselves (or a parent or guardian can help them).

Your child will need to:

  • register for an NHS login using their own email address and enter their details as recorded at the GP
  • take a photo of their photo ID (such as their passport)
  • record a short video of their face saying the 4 digits as shown on screen (this is to provide a physical match to their photo ID)

Once your child has submitted this information to prove their identity (or you’ve helped them to do it), it will then be checked to ensure a correct match to your child’s NHS record.

This usually takes a few hours, but during busy periods may take a few days. You should ensure that you register and prove the identity of your child well in advance of international travel.

NHS COVID Pass letter for international travel 

Fully vaccinated children aged 12 to 15 can get an NHS COVID Pass letter for international travel. A person with legal responsibility for a child aged 12 to 15 (such as a parent or guardian) can also request the letter on their behalf.

This is available for children who have received a full course of vaccinations. It is unavailable to those who have received an incomplete course of vaccination (such as one dose of a 2-dose vaccine).

The NHS COVID Pass letter for international travel is sent in the post and can be requested either:

The NHS COVID Pass letter will be posted to the address held on the child’s NHS record (the address held by their GP) and will show all the vaccinations they have received, including any boosters. The NHS COVID Pass letter should arrive within 7 working days.

The NHS COVID Pass letter service is for international vaccination status only and will not show recovery or negative test results.

This NHS COVID Pass letter service is not for use at domestic venues and settings in England as under 18s are exempt from domestic certification requirements.

It is recommended that you follow the entry requirements of the country you are travelling to. Further details on entry requirements can be found on the GOV.UK foreign travel advice pages and on the websites of your destination country.

You will have to look at each country for Children requirements – however for Israel  for example see below:

Children of any age who have not been vaccinated and do not have a COVID-19 recovery certificate will need to apply for an exemption to enter Israel.

If you receive permission to enter Israel, you will need to follow all other guidance on testing and self-isolation set out in the section above for vaccinated visitors. Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.

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