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Is it True?

You may have many questions about COVID-19 vaccines. To keep everyone safe, make sure that the information you’re reading, listening to and sharing is from a credible source. Visit the ‘Is it true?’ page on health.gov.au to get the most up to date information. 

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Protection from Covid-19 through vaccines

Getting the vaccine helps protect you, your community and your loved ones from getting severe COVID-19 sickness. Vaccines work by training your body to recognise and fight the virus that causes COVID-19.  Both COVID-19 vaccines show they are very good at protecting against severe illness and death. 

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Covid-19 Vaccines are FREE

Everyone in Australia can get a free COVID-19 vaccination when it’s their turn. Yarn to your local health worker about where you can get your vaccine or visit health.gov.au

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Side effects of Covid-19 Vaccines

Even though not everyone gets them, mild side effects such as feeling sick, a sore arm, fever, muscle aches or headaches are a sign that the vaccine is working to create an immune response. For most of people, these usually last for a couple of days. If you have a side effect that worries you, please yarn to your healthcare worker or call health clinic.

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Covid-19 Vaccines and Pregnancy

If you are pregnant, talk to your doctor about the COVID-19 vaccines. If you are healthy and are not at high risk of exposure to COVID-19, then your doctor may advise that you wait until after pregnancy to have your COVID-19 vaccine. If you are breastfeeding or planning to get pregnant, you can receive COVID-19 vaccines. Visit the ‘Is it true’ section on health.gov.au to get the most up to date information. 

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