Should I get the flu vaccine?
One of the key messages this year with coronavirus is that everybody should be covered for influenza. And as soon as the new vaccine is out and you are able to get if from your GP or your pharmacist you should actually be immunised. Pregnant women should be immunised against influenza at any time of the year because you do not want to get influenza. That’s bad news for pregnant women and their babies. Coronavirus is an open question about how bad it is if you’re pregnant. It does not seem so bad at the moment but that’s still to be ascertained.
Last Reviewed: 16/03/2020
What is the advice if I am a healthcare worker and pregnant?
If you are a healthcare worker who's pregnant during this COVID-19 pandemic, there's a few things you need to do.
In 2020, all Australians should get a flu vaccine as early as possible, as the COVID-19 pandemic converges on our flu season.
Whether you are thinking about having a baby for the first time or have been pregnant before, with a little planning you can give yourself the best chance of a healthy pregnancy and baby.
Is there a vaccine for COVID-19?
There's no vaccine for COVID-19 now, but there are other vaccines you may need to stay fit and healthy.
Adequate vaccination is just as important for adults as it is for children. Find out about the diseases you should consider being vaccinated against.