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About Vaccination Destination

Flu vaccinations, Whooping Cough, Measles.

You'd be suprised what vaccines you can get at your local Amcal


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Get the best shot at protection

Vaccinations are an important part of healthcare to help protect against diseases and nasty bugs, and to keep each other safe and healthy.

Amcal pharmacies are proud to play a crucial role in vaccinating Aussie families - whether it's helping grandparents to get vaccinated prior to meeting little ones, supporting our communities throughout the pandemic by administering COVID-19 vaccinations, or being there for your yearly flu shot.


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We're your vaccination experts

From your yearly flu shot to getting vaccinated before meeting the little ones, just ask Amcal.

Frequently asked questions

Vaccines introduce a disease-causing antigen to our immune systems.1 Our bodies make antibodies to these antigens without causing illness.1 So then, if we ever encounter the “real” germ, our body can defend itself by quickly producing more antibodies to destroy the germ. 

  1. https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/healthyliving/vaccines

You will receive your vaccine in a safe, private space within the pharmacy. 


To secure your spot and avoid disappointment, you should book your appointment for a vaccine by visiting amcal.com.au/bookings


You can now receive your flu and COVID-19 vaccine at the same time.


Vaccines are rigorously tested and go through many rounds of study, examination, and research before they’re used with the general public. Vaccines have been around for a long time and have proven to be one of the safest and most effective public health interventions in history, saving millions of lives globally every year eradicating diseases like smallpox, and preventing tetanus, polio, and diphtheria. All vaccines can have side effects, which are usually mild, and your pharmacist will talk you through these during your appointment and discuss which vaccines may be appropriate for you.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration’s safety monitoring team of doctors, pharmacists, nurses, and scientists are closely monitoring any reported side effects from vaccines to investigate any safety issues. Up-to-date information regarding vaccine safety and vaccine recommendations can be found here and here.



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