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Too many Australians aren’t getting a flu vaccine. Why, and what can we do about it?

By Holly Seale, Associate Professor, School of Population Health, UNSW Sydney
Australia’s childhood immunisation program gets very good uptake every year – almost 94% of five-year-olds have had all their routine vaccinations. But our influenza vaccine coverage doesn’t get such a good report card.

Looking back over recent years, for kids aged six months to five years, we saw a peak in flu…The Conversation

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