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Reserve your booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine – square

Did you know that #immunity from #vaccines decreases over time? That’s why it’s so important to keep up to date with your #COVID19 vaccinations and get your reminder when it’s due. It will give you a higher level of protection against COVID-19 for longer.

Anyone aged 16 and over can receive their booster 3 months after their primary vaccination against COVID-19. Make an appointment to get yours today by visiting covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/booking/

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Children ages 5 and up can get their COVID-19 vaccine now – square

Kids 5+ can get their #COVID19 #vaccine right now! While children who get COVID-19 usually have mild illness, some children can get very sick.

All children can transmit COVID-19 to other family members, including older members who are at much higher risk of becoming seriously ill. Getting vaccinated is the best way to reduce these risks.

Did you know that over a million Australian children aged 5-11 have already received their COVID-19 vaccine? Make an appointment to have your child vaccinated today by visiting covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/booking/

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COVID-19 vaccines help protect pregnant women – square

The best time for #pregnant women to get vaccinated is now.

#COVID19 vaccines can help protect pregnant women and their babies from serious illnesses caused by the virus.

If you are pregnant speak to your doctor today about vaccination or visit covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/booking/

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There’s over a decade of research behind COVID-19 vaccines – square

#COVID19 vaccines can help you avoid getting really sick or having to go to the hospital. The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) assesses all vaccines used in Australia to ensure they are of good quality, safe and effective.

For the most up-to-date information, visit www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccines/is-it-true

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COVID-19 is much more serious than the flu – square

#COVID19 is not the same as the #flu. They are caused by different viruses. Although both can make you very sick, COVID-19 can spread more easily between people.

Make sure you get your #flu shot, as well as your COVID-19 booster doses, to be protected against these two viruses. You can get the flu and COVID-19 vaccines at the same time, just talk to your healthcare professional.

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Most COVID-19 vaccine side effects are mild – square

Mild side effects such as nausea, arm pain, fever, muscle pain or headache are common. Not everyone will have side effects, but for those who do, the symptoms usually only last a few days.

If you experience a side effect that worries you, please tell your healthcare professional or call your health clinic.

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Is it true? – square

You may have questions and concerns about COVID-19 vaccines. Make sure the information you read, listen to and share comes from a credible source.

For the most up-to-date information, visit www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccines/is-it-true

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COVID-19 vaccine dose for children is lower than for people 12 and older – square

Did you know that the dose size of the #COVID19 vaccine for children is lower than the dose that people aged 12 and over receive? Children aged 5 to 11 should receive 2 doses of the #vaccine, 8 weeks apart.

Don’t wait, make an appointment for your child today by visiting covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/booking/

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Fit and healthy people still need the COVID-19 vaccine – square

#COVID19 is a highly contagious disease. Being young, fit and healthy doesn’t mean you won’t get sick or suffer the long-term health consequences of the virus.

In March 2022, more than half of the 70,000 cases of COVID-19 among Indigenous Australians were people under the age of 30. This represents over 40,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth.

Don’t wait, get your COVID-19 #book your appointment today through the vaccine clinic locator now.

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You still need the COVID-19 vaccine after you recover – square

Even if you’ve had #COVID19, it’s still important to get vaccinated. You can get infected with COVID-19 more than once, and vaccines help keep you from getting really sick from the virus.

You can receive your next COVID-19 vaccine once all your symptoms have disappeared and you are fully recovered. You should receive your next dose of the COVID-19 vaccine up to 4 months after being infected.

Make an appointment to get your next dose of vaccine today at covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/booking/

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COVID-19 vaccines help keep you from getting really sick – square

#COVID19 vaccines work by training your body to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19. It doesn’t mean you can’t get COVID-19, but it does reduce how sick you would get from the virus.

The vaccine cannot give you COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines will not alter your genes or DNA in any way.

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Publication date:

February 16, 2021

Last update:

March 25, 2022

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Targeted audience:

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