For women and gender diverse people, it can be hard to know what to do when it comes to vaccines. There’s a lot of information out there. What we do know is that getting vaccinated is our best way out of this crisis for working women, mothers, gender diverse people and girls. Click the links below to learn more about vaccinations.
- Why should I get vaccinated?
- I’m concerned about my health and the risks of the vaccine? What information is available for me.
- Here’s how you can book your COVID-19 Vaccination
- I’m not sure if I can afford to get the vaccine. What should I do?
- Looking for resources in languages other than English? Click here.
- Where can I find resources on vaccination with a gender lens?
Why should I get vaccinated?
We know that the pandemic has hit women and gender-diverse people hard. With lives lost, financial insecurity, unemployment, anxiety and stress – this hasn’t been an easy time. Vaccinations are our best way out. Find out more about why you should get vaccinated.
If you’re concerned about getting a COVID-19 vaccine, or don’t know how to choose which one is right for you – the best person to talk to is your doctor. If you’d like more information in the meantime, keep scrolling. We’ve compiled health information by and for women and gender-diverse people. Click each of the images below for more information.
I’m concerned about my health and the risks of the vaccine? What information is available for me.
We understand that for women and gender non-conforming people, research about how medical treatments impact us are often unclear. With the coronavirus vaccines we now know how they impact people across genders. If you’re concerned about a particular issue regarding the vaccine, click the tabs below for more information from Women’s Health Victoria.
Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines do not contain milk, egg, latex, or animal products.
Here’s how you can book your COVID-19 Vaccination
I’m not sure if I can afford to get the vaccine. What should I do?
We know that the pandemic has hit women in particular hard economically. However, the coronavirus vaccine is free and there is support available if you need to take time off. Click the tabs below to learn more.
Looking for resources in languages other than English? Click here.
Where can I find resources on vaccination with a gender lens?
You can download our resource on getting vaccinated here. Our social media packs will be uploaded shortly to this page and will be available to share amongst your networks.