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  • Teddy bear sitting in bed with a thermometer under its arm

    Protect your little one from RSV before winter starts

    Western Australian parents of eligible babies can now access immunisation to protect their child from respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) ahead of the winter season.

  • Pharmacist providing advice to a woman over the counter

    Community pharmacies can provide routine immunisations

    Community pharmacists are able to provide National Immunisation Program (NIP) and state-funded vaccines to eligible individuals aged 5 years and above.

  • Algal bloom at Mullaloo Beach

    Algal bloom warning for Mullaloo Beach

    Beach goers to Mullaloo Beach should avoid contact with any murky or discoloured water, as it may be an algal bloom.

  • Mosquito on a person's arm

    Mosquito warning for the Kimberley

    Kimberley residents and travellers are urged protect themselves against mosquito bites after a rise in Murray Valley encephalitis (MVE) and Ross River virus (RRV).

  • Young parents and their little cute baby boy relaxing on sofa.Happy  mother, father and baby at home.Beautiful young couple with a little boy.

    Protecting our kids from RSV

    WA babies will soon be offered immunisation against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) – the leading cause of infant hospitalisation in the country, an Australian first!

  • New street doctor struck

    Street doctor ready to roll

    Perth's newest mobile GP clinic has hit the road – taking doctors and health care to the suburbs.

  • Graphic of two students walking with backpacks

    Register now for your child’s high school immunisations

    If your child is starting year 7 or year 10, remember to provide consent so they can get their important immunisations as they head into the new school year.
  • Monkey sitting on a bench

    Avoid rabies on your next trip

    If you are planning to travel overseas and hope to see some amazing wildlife, you might want to think twice before you pet that cute bat or monkey. 

  • World AIDS Day

    Do you know the difference between HIV and AIDs?

    Although HIV and AIDs might be commonly known, many people do not know how they are linked.

  • Whooping Cough Day logo

    Stay up-to-date with your whooping cough vaccinations

    It's Australia's first-ever Whooping Cough Day. This initiative from the Immunisation Foundation of Australia raises awareness about the risks associated with whooping cough while encouraging you to make sure you and your children are up-to-date with whooping cough vaccinations.