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VaxOnTime app - Immunisation Reminders for Parents and Carers

VaxOnTime app – Immunisation Reminders for Parents and Carers

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VaxOnTime has been developed by the Victorian Department of Health & Human Services to help remind parents and carers in Victoria when immunisations for their children is due.

An estimated 20 per cent of parents simply forget to vaccinate their children on time. The VaxOnTime app can support parents to meet the legislative requirements under the No Jab No Play laws, by reminding them when vaccinations are due, assisting them to locate and book appointments with immunisation providers and access quality-assured information about vaccines on the Better Health Channel.

This free app is available on iOS, Android and Windows mobile phones.

For more information, visit:
Better Health Channel → /

Or Download from

iTunes or Google Play

No Jab No Play

From 1 January 2016, all parents/guardians seeking to enrol their child at an early childhood service in Victoria are be required to provide evidence that the child is fully immunised for their age OR on a vaccination catch-up program OR unable to be fully immunised for medical reasons.

As a new school year gets underway, Minister for Health Sussan Ley is reminding parents on new measures to encourage families to keep their children’s vaccinations up to date.

New measures to encourage childhood vaccination → /

Professor Nigel Curtis and Dr Amanda Gwee are specialists in Infectious Diseases and can advise children and their families on immunisations.


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