Sponsored Content by Government of Western Australia

You’ve got Questions

We know there are some questions out there about the COVID-19 vaccines.

To help answer some of those common questions, the WA Government has teamed up with a string of local experts for this “You’ve Got Questions” series. We would like to address the myths about the COVID-19 vaccines.


You’ve got Questions with Dr Nikki Stamp

Heart surgeon, Dr Nikki Stamp, sets the record straight on a few common concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines, including myocarditis and other side effects.


You’ve got Questions with Dr Dan McAullay

Nurse and epidemiologist, Dr Dan McAullay, wants to bust the many myths circulating in the community about the COVID-19 vaccines.


You’ve got Questions with Dr Chris Blyth

With more than 20 years’ experience working on infections and vaccines, Dr Chris Blyth has the answers to some pressing questions about COVID-19 vaccines.


You’ve got Questions with Dr Tinashe & Preevy

Husband and wife health workers, Dr Tinashe Chinzou and nurse Preevy, know the impact COVID-19 can have on medical staff caring for patients and why vaccination is so important.


You’ve got Questions with Dr Katie Atwell

Social scientist and policy expert, Dr Katie Attwell, understands why some people are still hesitant to get a COVID-19 vaccine. She explains why it is safe and necessary.


You’ve got Questions with Dr Karl

Want to cut through the misconceptions about COVID-19 vaccines? Dr Karl answers some of the most common questions with good old-fashioned facts.


Sponsored Content
The content on this page is sponsored and Healthengine receives fees from its Partners.  This may contain links to third party information and products. Such content and links are not owned, operated or maintained by Healthengine nor are they affiliated or associated with Healthengine in any way, unless indicated on the external site. Healthengine is not responsible for the content, quality, accuracy or completeness of any third party material appearing on any links to third party’s content.

All content and media on the HealthEngine Blog is created and published online for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and should not be relied on as health or personal advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition. Never disregard the advice of a medical professional, or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this Website. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor, go to the nearest hospital emergency department, or call the emergency services immediately.