Childhood immunisation program
To protect millions of Australians from vaccine-preventable diseases, the Australian Government funds routine childhood vaccinations, such as diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), polio, measles, mumps, rubella, and more.
In order to receive both Childcare Benefit and Family Tax Benefits, the government requires you to keep these vaccinations up to date – or have a medical exemption. Children under 10 years’ old, with a Medicare card, receive free vaccinations under the National Immunisation Program Schedule.
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How do I get my child's Immunisation history statement?
Children, 14 years and over will need to create their own myGov account and link to Medicare to access their Immunisation History statement.
Step 1: sign in to MyGov
Step 2: select the person you want to view a statement for
Step 3: view the immunisation history statement
Step 4: request new statement or return to online account.
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