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Those eligible for a government-funded flu vaccine can book via phone or HotDoc.

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Are you eligible for a government-funded flu vaccine?

If you are over the age of 65, or suffer from a chronic health condition, you are eligible for a free flu vaccination. Children over the age of 6 months and under the age of 5 are also eligible.

If this applies to you, you can book via phone or book online via Hotdoc.

For more information about the National Immunisation Program, including eligibility and other info, please head to the Department of Health website:

What if I’m not eligible?

Privately-funded flu vaccines are $25. It is recommended that everyone gets vaccinated for influenza, regardless of age or health status. To book, please contact the clinic at (02) 6495 2555.

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What is influenza? 

Influenza is caused by a virus that can infect your nose, throat and sometimes your lungs. It spreads easily through coughing, sneezing and close contact. Influenza symptoms include fever, headache, tiredness and muscle aches. These can start suddenly and may last for a week or more.

If you are elderly, you may also experience confusion; children may be irritable and get an upset stomach.

Influenza may occasionally cause severe complications such as pneumonia and making your existing medical conditions worse leading to hospitalisation and even death.

Does the flu shot work?

To protect yourself from influenza, you should get vaccinated every year.   The influenza virus is always changing so the influenza vaccine changes too.

The 2021 flu vaccine is recommended for everyone aged 6 months and over. The influenza vaccine does not contain live virus, so you can’t get influenza from the vaccine.