– Are you pregnant?
– Over 65 years?
– Are you living with COPD?
– Are you in contact with young children?
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Consult your doctor about a whooping cough booster immunisation!
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It is suggested to be given during pregnancy and every ten years if you are over 65 or have close contact with small children.
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If you have COPD, you may be more likely to get whooping cough. Whooping cough raises the likelihood of COPD exacerbation. Consult your healthcare practitioner about immunisation.
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For more information, visit https://lungfoundation.com.au/patients-carers/living-with-a-lung-disease/other-lung-conditions/pertussis-whooping-cough/ ­čî┐
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