This guidance provides. advice on two things, both relating to adults with rare diseases:
PHTS as a condition is not listed as either a reason to prioritise for vaccination, or as a contra-indication.
This means that, in general, people with PHTS should be vaccinated in line with the plans for the general population.
However, due to the wide variation in symptoms, characteristics and treatments associated with PHTS, it is important to seek advice from your doctor to check what is most appropriate for you.
In addition, experience with Covid-19 vaccinations is growing rapidly, including the approval of vaccines for use in children in some countries, underlining the need to seek up-to-date information from your doctor.