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Millions of people around the world of all different ages, gender and ethnicities have already received the vaccine with great results.
Vaccinations for year 7 and 8 students, notification of sexually transmitted infections, meningococcal disease, campylobacter
HPV vaccine, meningococcal disease, 2018 influenza season, notification of sexually transmitted infections, BCG vaccine
Cryptosporidiosis and campylobacteriosis, refugee and migrant health, mumps
Enteric diseases, exclusion and stool clearance criteria
Notification urgency, BCG vaccine, mumps
Mumps, pertussis, 201…
The vaccine protects you as you are far less likely to fall seriously ill. It also protects your baby as there is evidence that babies can get antibodies through the placenta that help protect them from COVID-19.
Having the Pfizer vaccine wil…
Data from the large number of pregnant people already vaccinated globally shows that there are no additional safety concerns with giving COVID-19 vaccines to pregnant people.
You can have your vaccination at any stage of your pregnancy.
Vaccinating during pregnancy may also help protect your baby as there is evidence that babies can get antibodies through the placenta that help protect the…
A/Victoria/2570/2019 (H1N1)pdm09-like virus
A/Darwin/9/2021 (H3N2)-like virus
The strains in bold are new for 2022.
Funded vaccines for those that meet the 2022 PHARMAC eligibility criteria
AFLURIA QUAD - for children and adults, aged from 3 years
AFLURIA QUAD JUNIOR - for children aged un…
Parents or caregivers may request BCG vaccination for such children. These requests should be assessed on a case by case basis to ensure they meet the above criteria, and children under the age of one year should be prioritised.
If the child is aged 6 months or older they should have a pre-vaccination tuberculin skin test to detect whether they have…