Dengue Fever Vaccination - QDenga®

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Dengue Fever requires 2-doses for full protection. To book, select a travel consultation appointment with one of our expert travel nurses.

Dengue Fever Vaccine Price
Single Dengue Fever Vaccination £138
Course of Treatment: 2 doses required £276
Total cost including travel consultation fee £301

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Dengue Fever Vaccination - QDENGA®

At Fleet Street Clinic, we now offer Qdenga®, the newest Dengue Fever vaccine.

Since its UK licensure in August 2023, we have helped to protect hundreds of travellers against the disease and are one of the few clinics in London to stock the vaccine.

Our expert team of nurses has a wealth of knowledge on the topic and offer a service that ensures patients are well-informed and comfortable with their decision on whether to vaccinate with Qdenga®.


Here’s what some of our patients have said:

‘I flew all the way from the United States to get the Dengue vaccine, and I got it at Fleet Street. Excellent service and knowledgeable professionals throughout the experience. Highly recommended!’ – Google review

‘Everything was so excellent when I went for the Dengue Fever Vaccine. The vaccine nurse explained all about it and was patient. Highly recommend!’ – Trustpilot review

‘Swift care in travel clinic, the nurse had good knowledge about the dengue vaccine I was there to have.’ – Google review

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What is Dengue Fever and where is it found?

Dengue fever is an unpleasant viral infection spread by bites from infected Aedes mosquitoes.

These mosquitoes are most active during daylight hours (unlike the mosquitoes that spread malaria, that bite mainly at dusk and during the night).

Dengue fever is common throughout the tropics, including the Caribbean, South and Central America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific. In the last two decades, the World Health Organization (WHO) has documented a striking rise in global incidence, increasing tenfold since the year 2000. As a result, Dengue is now the most common cause of fever in the returning traveller from Southeast Asia, beating malaria for the top spot.

With the rise in global temperatures, dengue is also spreading beyond its traditional strongholds. Sporadic outbreaks have been reported in Europe including southern France, Greece and Spain, and can be expected to increase as the mosquito vector continues to proliferate into new areas

Any traveller who visits an area that has a risk of dengue is at risk of contracting dengue fever.



Qdenga® is licensed for individuals aged 4 years and above.

It is a live vaccine and is not suitable for everyone, so it’s best to book a consultation with one of our experienced travel nurses to find out if it is the right vaccine for you


The course consists of two doses, given three months apart, and provides long lasting protection.

Because it is a new vaccine, It is too early to know how long protection will endure, but it is anticipated to be long-lasting.

There are four strains of dengue (called serotypes). Serotypes 1 and 2 are most common, so effectiveness against them was most easily demonstrated in clinical trials. Because serotypes 3 and 4 were not circulating, less is known about the vaccine’s effectiveness against them. Studies have shown it to be well-tolerated.



QDenga® Vaccine Protects Travellers to Tropical Countries
from Dengue Fever

Book a Travel Consultation to discuss vaccination and precautions

Are you tight on time before your departure?

Don’t worry—getting at least the first dose of your travel vaccinations is crucial.

We understand that last-minute travel plans can make it challenging to complete the full vaccination schedule. Even if you're pressed for time, we strongly advise receiving the first dose.

The vaccine protects well from the first dose, which should be given at least 2 weeks before departure. Remember, it is important to get the second dose before you next travel to another dengue-endemic region.

Don’t let time constraints compromise your health and well-being.

Schedule your first dose today


Yes, you are the perfect candidate.

If you have had Dengue fever in the past, a second natural infection could be more severe, so it is especially important that you are protected.

Qdenga® provides good protection against all four strains of Dengue, particularly in those who have previously been infected.

Even if you have been infected with one strain previously, the vaccination will protect you from the other strains.



The short answer is yes.

From the start of the 5-year trial period, there have been no safety signals to suggest this could be a problem. This said, there are some intricacies that need to be discussed before deciding if the vaccine is right for you.

Our expert travel nurses are well versed in Qdenga®, and will be happy to guide you through the decision-making process.



There is a blood test available to help determine if you have previously been infected, but interpretation is complicated due to cross reactivity with other viruses from the same family.

Book an appointment to discuss whether this is the best option for you.


You must seek medical attention if you develop any feverish illness whilst travelling.

If you are unwell on your return home, book an appointment with one of our doctors. As well as dengue, it is especially important to rule out malaria.

Book your travel vaccinations online

Book Appointment

Dengue Fever requires 2-doses for full protection. To book, select a travel consultation appointment with one of our expert travel nurses.

Dengue Fever Vaccine Price
Single Dengue Fever Vaccination £138
Course of Treatment: 2 doses required £276
Total cost including travel consultation fee £301

Fleet Street Clinic is not a VAT registered company

Vaccinations at Fleet Street Clinic

Travelling the world is one of life’s greatest joys, whether it be a holiday or a business trip.

Visiting different countries and experiencing different cultures is extremely exciting but unfortunately it does come with some increased health risks. We understand seeking travel health advice isn’t the most exciting aspect of planning your trip but travelling unprepared dramatically increases your risk of getting an incurable or even fatal preventable-disease.

A consultation with an expert travel nurse and a couple of vaccinations could be the difference between you staying healthy and enjoying your travels and you being seriously unwell.


Yes – QDenga® is a new travel vaccine that can prevent Dengue Fever.

Fleet Street Clinic were one of the first providers in the UK to offer Qdenga® to their patients and the general public.

We are based in London and offer this new Dengue Fever vaccine in additional to all other specialist travel vaccinations such as Yellow Fever and Rabies.


At Fleet Street Clinic, the price for each dose of Qdenga® is £138

Qdenga® is administered in a two-dose series for optimal protection, with the doses given three months apart.

Additionally, there is a fee of £25 for a travel consultation, during which you will meet with a knowledgeable travel nurse to thoroughly discuss your upcoming trip and assess any associated risks.

If Qdenga® is deemed suitable based on the consultation, you will receive the first vaccination during that appointment.


Dengue Fever is not considered endemic in the UK meaning it is not found in the UK.

Dengue fever is primarily found in tropical and subtropical regions, where the Aedes mosquitoes that transmit the virus thrive.

While there have been occasional cases of Dengue Fever reported in travellers returning to the UK from affected areas, sustained transmission within the UK population is not a concern.

You also cannot catch Dengue Fever from another person so the risk is minimal to none.

Therefore, Dengue Fever in the UK is indeed classified as a travel-associated infection.

In 2023, the number of cases of Dengue Fever in Europe rose so it is always a good idea to check the latest updates from public health authorities for the most accurate information.

Over half the world’s population is at risk at dengue, across 130 countries.

It is especially common in humid and tropical destinations including:

  • Latin America and Caribbean,
  • Africa,
  • Australia,
  • The Pacific Islands,
  • Asia,
  • Southern Europe.

Many individuals who contract dengue may have no symptoms, but some may become extremely unwell.

Symptoms of dengue fever include:

  • fever,
  • muscle pain,
  • headache,
  • vomiting,
  •  rash.

Whilst a large proportion of infections will be self-limiting, some individuals may develop a more severe illness – severe dengue fever which in some cases can be fatal.

Symptoms usually begin within 3 to 10 days following an infective bite.

If you return from your travels feeling unwell, book a GP appointment with one of our doctors. It is important you share your recent travel plans with them so they can conduct the necessary tests to determine the cause of your sickness.

Dengue Fever itself is not directly contagious from person to person. It is primarily transmitted through the bite of infected Aedes mosquitoes, particularly Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus.

When a mosquito bites a person infected with the Dengue virus, it can become infected and then transmit the virus to other people it subsequently bites.

Preventing mosquito bites protects against dengue as well as other mosquito-borne diseases

In addition to vaccination, travellers should:

– Cover up – wear long sleeves, long trousers, and socks
– Use 50% DEET insect repellent on clothing and exposed skin
– Always carry repellent with you, in case of surprise mosquito attacks!
– Consider treating clothes with permethrin
– Sleep in a screened, air-conditioned room, with a plug-in insect killers
– Sleep under bed nets if this is not possible
– Be aware of possible mosquito breeding sites (e.g. water containers, stagnant water) close to your accommodation, and avoid them or ask for them to be treated.

Yes, QDenga® became available in the UK in 2023.

It is a new Dengue Fever vaccination.

We were one of the first providers in the UK to add Qdenga® to their travel clinic service.

Fleet Street Clinic is a specialist travel clinic based in London which offers Qdenga®, in addition to all other specialist travel vaccinations such as Yellow Fever and Rabies.


There is no specific treatment for Dengue Fever, and it is not considered fully curable in the traditional sense. However, with appropriate medical care, the vast majority of people with Dengue Fever recover completely within a few weeks.

Treatment for Dengue Fever typically focuses on relieving symptoms, such as fever and pain, and preventing complications.

In severe cases, where there is a risk of complications like severe bleeding or organ impairment, hospitalisation may be necessary.

In addition to vaccination, prevention through mosquito bite avoidance is key, particularly in areas where Dengue Fever is endemic. This includes using mosquito repellent, wearing long sleeves and pants, and using mosquito nets and screens.