Parent survey: share your thoughts

Are you the parent or guardian of a child aged 5-11 years in Victoria?
Parents and guardians of children aged 5 - 11 years are invited to share their thoughts on COVID-19 vaccines for children.

 

If so, the Victorian Department of Health would like to hear from you as part of the first state-wide survey of parents and guardians regarding COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 5-11 in Victoria.

 

 
Data gathered in the survey will help support parent and guardian decisions about COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination services for 5-11 year olds.

 

And your opinion is valued, regardless of whether or not your children have been vaccinated.

The survey closes at 5pm on 17 March, 2022.

The survey is voluntary and confidential, and all data will be handled in accordance with the Department of Health Privacy Statement.

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