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People aged 16-39 are eligible for the Pfizer vaccine after 30th of August 2021. Pfizer vaccine bookings are available online only.
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Which vaccine should I get?
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) recommends the Pfizer vaccine as the preferred vaccine for people aged 16 to 59 years, but the AstraZeneca vaccine can also be provided to those aged 18-59.
What risks are associated with the Astra Zeneca vaccine?
A link has been established with the Astra Zeneca vaccine and a syndrome called thrombosis and thrombocytopenia. The syndrome involves the formation of blood clots and is extremely rare. This condition is very serious and can cause long-term disability and even death.
However, the ATAGI advises that the benefits of vaccination with the Astra Zeneca vaccine outweighs the risks associated with it for those over 60yo (and for those aged 18-59yo depending on their particular circumstances ie where they live and whether there is a current outbreak . For more information visit the website.
I’ve already received one dose of the Astra Zeneca vaccine. Should I get the second dose?
People who have received the first dose and experienced no adverse effects are unlikely to develop blood clots with the second dose.
Can my children get vaccinated?
Children aged 12-15 years may be eligible for vaccinations if they:
- Have pre-existing medical conditions
- Are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait islander
- Part of a remote community
- On the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
For more information please visit the Eligibility Checker site.
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