Initiatives and programs

We're working on a range of policy initiatives, programs and campaigns to help improve your health and the health of all Australians.

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  • We are linking data in the Australian Immunisation Register with other Australian Government datasets as part of the Multi-Agency Data Integration Project. This combined data can help answer important policy and research questions on immunisation in Australia. Learn more about this project.

  • Learn about Australia's COVID-19 vaccination rollout.

  • Find out information about Phase 1a of Australia's COVID-19 vaccination program.

  • Find out information about Phase 1b of Australia's COVID-19 vaccination program.

  • Learn about Phase 2a of Australia's COVID-19 vaccination rollout.

  • Find out information about Phase 2a of Australia's COVID-19 vaccination program.

  • The Australian Government is carrying out a Manufacturing Audit Request for Information (RFI) to find out what facilities in Australia we could use to make large amounts of COVID-19 vaccine and treatments.

  • The Australian Government has implemented a claims scheme to enable eligible claimants who have received a TGA-approved COVID-19 vaccine to obtain compensation for recognised moderate to severe vaccine-related adverse events.

  • Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout is a large and complex operation. It spans the whole country and involves many organisations working together.

  • Everyone 5 years and over can now book an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more about the vaccine rollout, COVID-19 vaccines and getting vaccinated. Find resources for vaccine providers and health professionals. Access information in your language, Auslan and Easy Read.

  • The Easy Vaccine Access (EVA) service helps you to book a COVID-19 vaccination. Simply message the EVA call back service on 0481 611 382 between 7 am to 10 pm (AEST), 7 days a week.

  • Help protect young people from a range of cancers and diseases caused by HPV. Young people aged 12 to 13 years can get the free HPV vaccine at school.

  • The campaign aims to encourage Australian parents and carers to get their kids vaccinated.

  • Influenza in kids can be serious. The influenza vaccine is safe, effective and free for children aged 6 months to under 5 years.

  • Influenza is a serious disease for pregnant women and their babies. The best way to protect your newborn baby against influenza is to get vaccinated during pregnancy.

  • Meningococcal disease is serious, but you can be protected. Young people aged 14-16 years can get the free meningococcal ACWY vaccine at school in year 10.

  • The National Immunisation Program provides free vaccines to eligible people to help reduce diseases that can be prevented by vaccination

  • The Australian Government is ensuring RATs are available to the people who need them most, including people in aged care, Aboriginal and Community Controlled Health services, GP-led respiratory clinics, and supported independent living services.

  • The Vaccine Administration Partners Program (VAPP) Panel is a whole-of-government COVID-19 immunisation provider (IProvider) panel delivering Australia's COVID-19 vaccination program.

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