This information sheet explains which groups should receive which vaccine.​

Last updated: 03 April 2019
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FluQuadri™ Junior6 months to less than 3 years of age

FluQuadri™ Junior

  • all children aged 6 to 35 months (including Aboriginal children and those with medical risk factors)
  • give two doses one month apart if first year of receiving flu vaccine
  • does not contain latex

6 months to 64 years

Fluarix Tetra®

  • all people 6 months to 64 years with medical risk factors predisposing to severe influenza
  • pregnant women
  • give two doses one month apart for children aged 6 months to less than 9 years if first year of receiving flu vaccine
  • children should receive a full dose (ie do not give a half dose)
  • does not contain latex in the presentation available in Australia​
 Fluarix Tetra®
 

​3 years to 64 years

FluQuadri™ 

  • all children 3 years to less than 5 years
  • people 36 months of age to 64 years with medical risk factors predisposing to severe influenza
  • all Aboriginal persons 36 months to 64 years
  • pregnant women
  • give two doses one month apart for children aged 3 to less than 9 years if first year of receiving flu vaccine
  • do not give a half dose
  • do not use for children less than 3 years of age
  • does not contain latex
FluQuadri™ 

5 years to 64 years

Afluria Quad®

Afluria Quad®
  • people 5 to 64 years of age with medical risk factors predisposing to severe influenza
  • all Aboriginal people 5 to 64 years of age
  • pregnant women
  • does not contain latex
  • do not use for children less than 5 years of age

65 years and over (only)

Fluad®

Fluad®
  • all persons 65 years and over
  • trivalent vaccine
  • influenza A(H1N1), A(H3N2) and B-Yamagata strains with MF59 adjuvant
  • milky white suspension
  • does not contain latex
  • Do not use in pregnant women or children
 

NSW Health Influenza posters and other resources

Dont spread flu poster

A wide range of influenza-related posters and other resources are available for NSW healthcare providers, hospitals, residential care facilities and other institutions.

Visit the Influenza resources website to see the full range of NSW Health influenza resources available.

These resources can be printed directly from the website or ordered free from the NSW Health Better Health Centre.

 

Resource categories Examples

General resources​

Don’t Spread Flu (poster)

Influenza vaccination in pregnancy

Vaccinate against flu. Protect your baby too. (posters and brochures)

Posters for the Aboriginal community

Protect your little one from flu (poster)
Protect your mob from flu (poster)

Medically At-Risk

Don't risk severe flu (posters and brochures)

Posters for Hospitals / Healthcare Settings

Stop Flu! (posters for entrances, EDs and wards)

Residential Care Facilities

Help us protect residents ​(poster for entrances)

To order printed copies of influenza-related resources from the Better Health Centre

  1. Go to the NSW Health Order a Publication  
  2. Print the Influenza Publications Order Form​
  3. Fill out the Influenza Publications Order Form, ensuring you include the publication code and quantity required. All codes are listed on the order form.
  4. Forward the completed Order Form to the Better Health Centre via email or fax.
  5. Email: nslhd-bhc@health.nsw.gov.au
    Fax: (02) 9887-5452​
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Page Updated: Wednesday 3 April 2019
Contact page owner: Immunisation