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The PHN launches social campaign to encourage Influenza and COVID-19 immunisations

With cases of Influenza increasing throughout the community, and immunisation levels remaining low, the Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network has developed a suite of short community videos to encourage vaccination.

Dr Elly Warren from Your Family Doctors in Erina explains to the community the importance of an annual flu shot and a COVID-19 booster, how to protect yourself from viruses, and what to do if you fall ill. The videos will run across social media for the duration of Winter.

Get your Flu shot

With immunisation rates low, it's expected to be a severe flu season this year. The PHN's Dr Elly Warren explains why you should book your flu shot today.

Get your COVID-19 Vaccination

New strains of COVID-19 can evade natural immunity. If you haven't had a COVID-19 vaccination in over 12 months, the PHN's Dr Elly Warren explains why now is the right time.

Protect and prepare yourself this Winter

With many respiratory viruses transmitting within the community, combined with low rates of vaccination, The PHN's Dr Elly Warren explains the things you can do to reduce your risk of contracting viruses and prepare incase you do become ill.

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