Approved vaccinations for travel to Australia #Shorts
To find your nearest vaccination clinic and book your vaccination appointment, use the Vaccination Clinic Finder. If you require telephone or face-to-face interpreting services at your vaccination appointment, call the Translation and Interpreting Service on 131 450.
You will be observed for at least 15 minutes after your vaccination in case of an unusual allergic reaction. The person who gave you the vaccine was trained to respond to immediate reactions.
As with any medicine or vaccine, there may be rare or unknown side effects. If you think you have serious side effects, contact your health care professional, or the National Coronavirus Hotline.
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Health care in Australia is generally good. It is highly recommended to take out comprehensive travel medical insurance including repatriation costs, as free medical care only covers Australian nationals, and private health care usually requires payment before necessary medical services are provided.
The sun in Australia is very intense. Do not forget to protect yourself with a good sunscreen because sun exposure in this country is very dangerous for the skin. Sunglasses, hats, T-shirts and plenty of hydration are essential to avoid heat stroke.
NO TRAVEL TO AUSTRALIA * OPEN BORDERS
So it’s time to pack your bags, start saying goodbye to your family and friends to start your international project in Australia. And if the uncertainty made you think about postponing the paperwork and your trip, leave those ideas behind: this is the time for you to start your process with confidence!
In order for you to have everything clearer and to reactivate your international academic project with confidence, we have prepared an abc of everything you need to know about Australia’s open borders for international students.
All international students who are eligible visa holders and are fully vaccinated (if your vaccination requires two doses, you must have both). Similarly, humanitarian workers, skilled workers, temporary family visa holders and working holiday visa holders will be able to enter the country.
Although the Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, had announced that as of December 1, 2021, all student visa holders who are fully vaccinated would be able to travel to Australia without the need to apply for a travel exemption, this decision had to be postponed until December 15, 2021.
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Please note: our clinics will remain closed while we develop new ways to assist travelers. If you have a registration request or similar need, please contact us through our online form.
Yes, some vaccinations are recommended for visiting Australia. The WHO and ISTM recommend the following vaccines: typhoid, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), meningitis, Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), and influenza.
Dengue is a mosquito-borne disease found in the country, therefore, the use of mosquito repellents or the use of mosquito nets is recommended, especially in urban or residential areas.
Depending on the region you decide to visit is the climate variation. You may find a very hot and dry climate in the center of the continent, to a cooler and more temperate climate in the south. There is rainfall all over the country but it is really scarce.
One of the main concerns in Australia centers around terrorism. This is because Australia has been attacked before. The nation has a terrorist alert system which you can check on the Australian Homeland Security website.