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  • Who should get vaccinated and when

    The best time to immunise against each disease varies. On-time vaccination offers the best protection. Find out who should get vaccinated and when.

  • What to vaccinate against

    Immunisation from vaccine preventable diseases saves around 3 million lives worldwide each year and helps to prevent outbreaks and hospitalisations.

  • Where to get vaccinated

    Getting vaccinated is easy. You can get most vaccines from your GP or other vaccine service providers. Find out where to get vaccinated.

  • Vaccination records

    Your vaccination record is the history of all the vaccines you’ve had. Find out how vaccines are recorded and how to access records of them.

  • Travel vaccinations

    If you’re travelling to countries where immunisation rates are low or preventable infectious diseases are common, you will need to get vaccinated. See your doctor before your departure to ensure you are protected.

  • Vaccination and pregnancy

    Influenza (the flu) and whooping cough can be life-threatening for mums and bubs. Find out why vaccinations during pregnancy are important and when you should get them.

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'When I had the flu, it felt like my lungs were on fire.'

The flu is highly contagious and serious. Find out what the signs and symptoms are, and how getting vaccinated stops flu from spreading.

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Last updated: July 2024