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Fertility issues are not a side effect of any vaccine, including COVID-19 vaccines.

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Nearly half of all COVID-19 cases in Australia are people under 30, including children

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COVID-19 vaccines are close to 90% effective in reducing symptoms and preventing hospitalisations and death from the Delta strain.

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Vaccines do not have late onset side effects, and COVID-19 vaccines are no different.

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COVID-19 vaccines have been tested, reviewed and approved, in exactly the same way as all other vaccines

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The Delta strain has increasingly infected children and young people in 2021 as it has become the dominant strain in Australia and in many countries around the world. Read more
Due to the urgency of protecting people from COVID-19, all available resources and efforts across the world have been directed towards finding an effective vaccine. Read more
To save time, processes were run in parallel, but the scientific testing and regulatory approvals were the same as all other vaccines used in Australia. Read more
COVID-19 vaccines are effective at protecting people against the Delta strain, which is twice as infectious as the original strain. Read more
Global studies from real-world research have shown COVID-19 vaccines effective against all known strains of COVID-19, including the highly infectious Delta strain. Read more
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) does not discriminate. It is a respiratory illness caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that can spread from person to person. Read more
Antibodies formed from COVID-19 vaccination, or any vaccination, do not cause any problems with fertility in women or men. Read more
Data from clinical trials and safety surveillance overseas shows that the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is safe for adolescents and adults. Read more
Published research and real-world evidence from other countries has shown that mRNA vaccines are safe for pregnant women, babies in utero and throughout breastfeeding. Read more
In comparison to seatbelts, which we happily wear to protect ourselves, COVID-19 vaccines provide even greater protection from hospitalisation and death from the virus. Read more
Two doses of the Pfizer vaccine are required for maximum protection against COVID-19, given between three and six weeks apart. Read more
The COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective, and have been approved for use in people aged 12 and over in Australia because clinical trials and real-world data from other countries. Read more
Over 200,000 pregnant women have been vaccinated in the USA and UK, with no adverse effects on the person, pregnancy or baby. Read more
Science shows that even the most serious side effects for any vaccine, including the COVID-19 vaccines, occur within just a few weeks. Read more
The AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine has been administered to hundreds of millions of people across more than 100 countries. Read more

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The Delta strain has increasingly infected children and young people in 2021 as it has become the dominant strain in Australia and in many countries around the world. Read more
Due to the urgency of protecting people from COVID-19, all available resources and efforts across the world have been directed towards finding an effective vaccine. Read more
To save time, processes were run in parallel, but the scientific testing and regulatory approvals were the same as all other vaccines used in Australia. Read more
COVID-19 vaccines are effective at protecting people against the Delta strain, which is twice as infectious as the original strain. Read more
Global studies from real-world research have shown COVID-19 vaccines effective against all known strains of COVID-19, including the highly infectious Delta strain. Read more
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) does not discriminate. It is a respiratory illness caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that can spread from person to person. Read more
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