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This presentation, delivered on 16 October 2021, contains an update to Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout jurisdiction breakdowns.
This weekly report provides a snapshot of data on the impact of COVID-19 in residential aged care facilities nationally. The report includes data on the number of services impacted and number of staff and resident cases, as well as workforce, testing and PPE provided to affected services.Part of a collection: COVID-19 outbreaks in Australian residential aged care facilities
This information about MRFF grant recipients (awarded or announced) is correct as at 11 August 2021. It is updated regularly as successful grant recipients are announced.
This infographic issued on 14 October 2021 provides a weekly traffic light report of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation across Australia.Part of a collection: Coronavirus (COVID-19) common operating picture
This presentation, delivered on 15 October 2021, contains an update to Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout jurisdiction breakdowns.
Standard clinical category definitions for private health insurance hospital policies, effective 1 November 2021.
This spreadsheet classifies MBS items by private health insurance clinical category or procedure type and includes MBS items commencing 1 November 2021.
Pregnant women receive vaccines for whooping cough (included in the dTpa vaccine) and influenza.
This social tile, in English, explains that you need two doses of the same COVID-19 vaccine to be best protected against getting very sick from the virus.
This social tile, in English, explains that children aged 12 years and over can get a COVID-19 vaccine at government vaccination hubs, participating general practices and participating pharmacies.
This social tile, in English, explains that Australia’s immunisation experts have recommended that children aged 12 years and over receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
This poster, in English, is for display in pharmacies offering Spikevax (Moderna) and Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) COVID-19 vaccines. It promotes that the vaccines are available and encourages people to speak to staff to make an appointment.