'Flu vaccines are due soon and I'm wanting to get my kids vaccinated, but don't want to take them to our usual GP clinic which is currently inundated with sick people and quite frankly doesn't need me and my healthy kids busting their chops or suing their staff resources,' she said.
The Postcards presenter revealed she gets her own flu jab every year at Chemist Warehouse, but said she was sure their service was only for those over the age of 16.
Bec asked her followers to 'DM her' if they knew of any places she could go instead with her children.
'I'm wondering if there will be a kids vaccination clinic around that we can access without putting a burden on the health system?' she wrote.
Earlier this month Bec documented her struggles to find toilet paper after people began hoarding loo rolls amidst the virus crisis.
The 37-year-old shared footage of empty shelves where toilet paper was usually stocked at her local Coles supermarket with her Instagram fans.
‘Guys, for real. This is the Brighton Coles and there's no toilet paper,’ she said with a laugh as she panned over the empty shelves.
‘There's a bit left so I'm grabbing it all, just down there,’ she said. ‘That's it, that's where the toilet paper usually lives.’
‘Oh, my God. Imagine not having any toilet paper. Far out,’ the mum exclaimed.