Information for disability workers about COVID-19 vaccines

Information and resources about COVID-19 vaccines for disability workers.

Vaccination

Vaccination continues to be important in managing the risk related to COVID-19 in high-risk settings such as residential aged care and people with disability accessing intensive supports.

Disability support workers are strongly encouraged to stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines to aid protection against both infection and severe disease for themselves and the people they support.

States and territories have different COVID-19 vaccination requirements for disability support workers. Follow the links below for details.

For more information about the requirements where you work, please contact your state or territory health department.

Staying up to date

To be considered up to date with COVID-19 vaccination, you must have completed all the doses recommended for your age and health status.

Find out about how to stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.

Where to get vaccinated

The COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Finder is the best way to book a vaccination. Fina a clinic near you that suits your needs.

Find a clinic and book

Vaccination statistics

Our COVID-19 vaccination data contains the latest statistics on the vaccination rate of people with disability and the disability workforce.

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