New immunisation reference page: Intradermal vaccination

Intradermal vaccination is the delivery of vaccines into the outer layers of the skin and is used for a small number of vaccines such as BCG and Hepatitis B (for non-responders). For more information see our new reference page, Intradermal vaccination.

Pharmacist Immuniser Update

Victorian Pharmacist Immunisers are now authorised to administer influenza vaccines to people aged 10-years and older.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) & pregnancy – good news!

A good news article from the Raising Children’s Network about Coronavirus and pregnancy. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is new, so we’re still learning about it and how it affects people, including pregnant women and their babies. However, new evidence suggests pregnant women don’t seem to be more likely to get coronavirus (COVID-19) than other healthy people of the same age.