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    Who should be immunised against the flu?

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  • Dr Amandeep Hansra

    GP (General Practitioner)

    The Flu vaccination is particularly important and free for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged over 6 months, people with a chronic medical condition over 6 months, pregnant women and people aged over 65. However, the flu vaccination is recommended for all children over 6 months, all adults, women who are planning a pregnancy, people who work or live in aged care facilities, homeless people, those who work in childcare, people travelling overseas, those who work with chickens or pigs and healthcare workers.

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