We are only able to supply chloroquine tablets for the purpose of preventing malaria. Each order is reviewed and customers ordering chloroquine products are being contacted by a prescriber to discuss their malaria prevention requirements.
The Boots Online Malaria Prevention Service* allows you to check if antimalarials are recommended for your trip and will provide you with all the options of malaria tablets that are suitable for you. If you are travelling within the next 10 days this service would not be suitable for you as there would not be enough time to fulfil your order, however we would still be able to support you with your antimalarial needs via our in-store service - click here to book an appointment.
The service will require you to enter some details on the following:
Please be aware that as the recommendations provided are tailored to you, each traveller on any trip will require their own account, so if you are creating an account for another person i.e. your child, please ensure you provide all the information as detailed above.
Please be advised that it will take 5-10 mins to complete the online journey.
Using this information we will then inform you which antimalarials are suitable for you on this specific trip along with details on the prices, dosing etc.
You can then simply select your preferred option, complete payment** and delivery details and your order will be processed and sent to you.
We use the "Royal Mail Track 48" service and will require a signature upon receipt.
To begin using the service you will need to create an account. If you have used the online service before you can login with your details above. If you have forgotten your password, please use the forgotten password link, this is linked to the email address your registered with.
Please note your log on details for your Boots.com account are not able to be used to log in to this service.
The Ministry of Defence has prepared guidelines for malaria prevention specific to military personnel being deployed to an area with a risk of malaria. If you are a member of the Armed Forces in active service you should refer to your Defence Medical Services who provide their ongoing medical care for assessment of your specific needs.
*The Boots Online Malaria Prevention Service is hosted by a third party - knowmalaria.
** You can pay with all major credit/debit cards, Advantage card points can be collected but not redeemed on this service.
Click here to access The Independent Medical Agency’s most recent RQIA inspection report.