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COVID-19 vaccination data – In-home care vaccination rates

The table displays data on 'single' dose only and 'two dose' worker vaccination rates as reported through the My Aged Care Portal. It is updated every Wednesday.

Home care providers are listed against the state or territory of their business address, not the locations in which services are delivered which can include more than one state or territory.

'Partially vaccinated' accounts for people that have received their first dose COVID-19 vaccination only. 'Fully vaccinated' accounts for people that have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccination.

Please note that booster and third dose vaccinations are not counted in this data. The data does reflect exemptions under public health orders.

People who have had two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine are very well protected against serious illness, hospitalisation or death from COVID-19.

A booster dose will boost a person's immune response and provide an additional layer to further reduce the risk of breakthrough infection (when a fully vaccinated person gets COVID-19 and is at risk of transmitting the virus to others).

Third dose vaccinations are recommended for people who are medically assessed as being severely immunocompromised. A booster dose is not recommended for people who require third dose.

To protect the personal information of individuals:

  • a service's workforce vaccination rate is displayed within a range (for example 90-100%)
  • a band's width is based on the number of workers at that service
  • larger percentage bands are used when reporting vaccination rates for services with less than 20 staff
  • data for services with fewer than 5 staff members are not included.

The table is compliant with privacy laws and policies relevant to the electronic publishing of health data.

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Publication date: 
16 November 2021
Last updated: 
1 December 2021
Publication type: 
Intended audience: 
General public