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Immunisation can protect a woman and her unborn baby against many infectious diseases.
By law, parents or guardians must provide an Immunisation History Statement when enrolling children in any childcare service, kindergarten or primary school in Victoria.
We answer some common questions about immunisation, including how immunisation works, why it's important and where you can be immunised.
Everyone's immunisation needs are different and are influenced by your health, lifestyle, age and occupation.
A number of combined immunisations against diphtheria, tetanus and other infectious diseases are available to provide protection at various life stages.
Find out more about possible side effects of immunisation.
Immunisations are important for you as you get older, because your immune system can become less effective at protecting you from some diseases.
Some jobs have a higher risk of exposure to infectious diseases, so if your job is one of these, it’s a good idea to check your immunisation status.
If you've recently arrived in Australia or missed out on an immunisation for any reason, you may need catch-up doses.