The LSET International Student Support department is always dedicated to provide students with complete support to study in the UK and live without any problems.
The British government has stated that individuals don’t need to be COVID-19 vaccinated to enter the UK. In fact, every international student above the age of 18 is eligible to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine. The immigration status or nationality doesn’t matter to become eligible for this scheme. The students who have been studying in the UK for less than six months are also eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Individuals under 18 are not currently administered the COVID-19 vaccine. You must be 18 or above to receive a shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. You can register with a General Practitioner to gain access to the vaccine.
If you have received the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine abroad, then it is possible to get the second dose of the same vaccine in the UK (it must be available in the UK). However, if the same vaccine is not available in the UK, then you should contact a General Practitioner to make sure that you receive the appropriate vaccine for the second dose.
The National Health Service or NHS is a publicly funded healthcare system that provides several services free of cost. However, you have to pay for several services.
The services provided by the NHS are free of cost;
The National Health Service (NHS) will give you access to almost comprehensive healthcare coverage. The majority of the services are going to be free. However, dental care and eye care won’t be covered in this.