COVID-19

  • Why it's important for kids to be vaccinated

    Why people choose vaccination is often highly personal.

    For some, it’s to help do their part. For others, it’s the best way to protect their vulnerable children from COVID-19.

    We asked a few parents and children why they chose vaccination, and why you should consider it too.

  • Mandatory reporting of a positive RAT result

    It is now mandatory to report a positive rapid antigen test result via the Service NSW app or website.

  • COVID-19 vaccination opens to kids five years and over

    January 10 was a milestone day for 300 children at our Randwick and Westmead Vaccination clinics, who were among the first Australian’s aged 5-11 years to receive the COVID-19 jab.

  • Changes to surveillance testing

    In line with NSW Health advice, patients and their accompanying parent/carer no longer need to have a PCR test prior to coming to hospital for an outpatient appointment or surgery.

  • Tips to help ease your child’s fear of vaccination

    Needles. Just the idea of them can fill many of us with dread. 

    For children with anxiety, needle-phobia or behavioural issues, vaccination can be a distressing and challenging process  - for everyone involved.
     

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