Online Flu Vouchers made easy
Getting an annual flu shot serves as your best line of defence against influenza. The flu affects a patient’s respiratory system and can cause all kinds of uncomfortable symptoms, including sneezing, coughing, headaches, lethargy, runny nose, chills, muscle aches and fever. Organising a corporate flu vaccination program helps reduce employee absenteeism and people getting sick from the influenza virus.
Did you know that you may be able to get a flu voucher if you’re unable to attend your workplace flu vaccination program? Flu jabs from well-trained community pharmacists are now widely available. We have over 2,000 pharmacy partners in Australia and New Zealand.
Why you should organise flu vouchers for your organisation
It’s worth noting that different strains of influenza emerge every year, and being up-to-date on your immunisation means you’re more protected against these continuously mutating viruses.
Since winter is considered ‘flu season, it’s best to get your flu shots in autumn. It is recommended that everyone above six months old should get the flu jab. It’s free for those with a higher risk of complications under the National Immunisation Program (NIP)
- Pregnant women
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
- Those with pre-existing conditions, e.g., impaired immunity, chronic lung conditions, severe asthma, heart disease, and patients who experienced a chronic illness during the past year.
- Children between six months to ten years who have been on aspirin therapy for some time are also at risk of complications.
How does the flu voucher program work?
Some workers may be sick or on leave, and others may be working from home or on the road, so not everyone will be able to make it to the on-site flu vaccination clinic. As a result, several of our clients receive flu vouchers from us that can be redeemed at over 2,000 pharmacies in Australia and New Zealand.
Our corporate partners can use their business card to purchase vouchers directly from our FluVouchers.com.au site, or we set up a promo code so employees can download an online voucher from their most convenient pharmacy.
Common Flu Vaccine Side Effects
The flu vaccine may present mild side effects, such as low-grade fever, muscle aches, redness, soreness or a small swelling and pain where the shot was administered, but it should disappear in just a few days. See your local doctor if the effects persist or have any concerns.
Please contact us by completing the following form if you want to run a flu voucher campaign and ensure a local partner is accessible wherever your workers may be. We will get back to you within 24 hours.
We have clients in all main cities in Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth), surroundings, remote and rural Australia.