Protect yourself with the right vaccines before your trip
Health risks can vary between countries and regions and there may be new outbreaks. There may be new vaccines and if it has been a while since your past vaccinations, you may need boosters. See a GP well before your trip to discuss the vaccines you might need.
It could cost you nothing to know.
Get vaccinated at least 6 weeks before travelling
This gives your immune system time to respond.
Your immunity may change or reduce over time
Which is why it may be crucial to get a booster.
Pregnant women, babies, young children and the elderly are at more risks
A GP can advise you on measures you can take to minimize your risks.
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*Source: HealthDirect (2017), Australian Bureau of Statistics (2011 – 2012)