As per NHS England and the UK Government, guidance on proof of vaccination for travel for 12-15yr olds are as follows:
Only citizens aged 13 years and older can access the NHS App.
If you’re aged 16 or over, you can get a digital NHS COVID Pass for travel.
If you’re 18 or over, you can also use your digital NHS COVID Pass for domestic events and venues.
People under 18 do not have to show proof of their vaccination or test results for domestic events or venues in England.
You can get a COVID Pass Letter if:
- you’re aged 16 or over
- you’re fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine used in the UK
- you had your vaccination in England or the Isle of Man
- you’re registered with a GP in England or the Isle of Man
A GP is NOT able to issue a pass or any form of documentation that is valid for travel.
Persons travelling should always consult the ever changing requirements for entry into countries they intend to travel to. Some countries for example will allow children access if they are travelling with fully vaccinated adults with no requirements for testing, other countries insist that children have PCR tests prior to travel.
There is no current planned change to citizens under the age of 16 being able to access a COVID Pass for travel.