Immunisations & Vaccinations
Immunisations are a simple, safe and effective way of protecting us from harmful diseases that can cause serous health problems and sometimes death. By receiving a vaccination, usually in the form of an injection, a person can be ‘immunised’ against a disease, and reduce their likelihood of developing the illness. Immunisation can also reduce the spread of the disease in the population. The Australian Standard Vaccination Schedule recommends a number of vaccinations for older Australians.
How often should I have vaccinations?Immunisations should be done in accordance with the NSW Immunisation Schedule. The one shown below is the Immunisation Schedule for 2016, You can find the current Immunisation Schedule on www.health.nsw.gov.au
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