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Hear from Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Michael Kidd, on long COVID – what it is, is it becoming more common and do vaccines reduce the likelihood of getting it.Part of a collection: We answer your top 3 questions
This webinar on 26 May is part of a series to update primary care on the COVID-19 response and the vaccine rollout. The panel will provide key updates and answer participants’ questions.
This fact sheet is part of our winter preparedness plan for aged care. As part of the plan we are pre-placing Tamiflu in residential aged care facilities. Tamiflu is a prescription-only oral antivirus medication used to prevent and treat influenza A and B.
A collection of newsletters sent out to subscribers featuring COVID-19 vaccine updates and other health updates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
This newsletter provides key health updates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander households, communities and stakeholders.
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, vaccine rollout, testing and PPE provided to services.
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 presentation, delivered on 20 May 2022, contains an update to Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout jurisdiction breakdownsPart of a collection: COVID-19 vaccination daily jurisdictional breakdown
In this radio interview, Mary G speaks with Yarlalu Thomas, 2020 West Australian Young Australian of the Year, asking questions about why it's important that young Indigenous people get the COVID-19 vaccine, and why healthcare workers are a trusted and reliable source of information.
In this radio interview, Mary G speaks with Elvie Sandow, the first female Mayor of Cherbourg Shire Council in Queensland, asking questions about how the community has responded to recent COVID-19 outbreaks, and how vaccination rates across the community have helped.
COVID-19 vaccination – Children, youth and COVID-19 vaccines for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
A collection of children, youth and COVID-19 vaccines communication materials for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations.
In this series of radio interviews, Mary G, the Black Queen of the Kimberley, interviews key Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community leaders, asking the hard questions about COVID-19 and the COVID-19 vaccines.
This animation highlights the importance of knowing what to do if you get COVID-19 so that you can protect your loved ones and your community.
This schedule applies to residential and home care recipients who first entered care before 1 July 2014 and have not chosen to be covered by the 1 July 2014 fee arrangements. It includes basic daily fees, income-tested fees, and rates and charges that apply to residents.
This chart shows the structure of the Department of Health's Operation COVID Shield, including divisions, branches and high priority taskforces.Part of a collection: Department of Health organisational charts