COVID – expression of interest

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Vaccines anticipated to be available from Early to Mid 21

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We anticipate a strong vaccine uptake once the Covid Vaccine is released. Put your name on the list to ensure your spot for an allocation is secured.Whilst this doesnt guarnatee you a vaccine - it secures your position on our waiting list. You can always cancel or remove your name off the list at anytime


Will the vaccine be free?


When will it be available

The vaccine will be available in stages and they are outlines below

Click here to see when you are Eligible

Phase 1a

Quarantine, border and front line health care workers will need to provide proof of occupation to demonstrate their eligibility
Frontline health care worker sub-groups for prioritisation
Aged care and disability care staff

Phase 1b

Elderly adults aged 80 years and over

Elderly adults aged 70-79 years
Other health care workers

Begin vaccinating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults
Adults with a specified medical condition

*People will need to provide proof of these conditions to demonstrate their eligibility for vaccination via My health record, a health professional referral if required or a declaration form.
Adults with a disability who have a specified underlying medical condition
Critical and high risk workers including defence, police, fire, emergency services and meat processing

Phase 2a

Adults aged 60-69 years
Adults aged 50-59 years
Continue vaccinating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults
Other critical and high risk workers
Number of doses up to 15.8m

Phase 2b

Balance of adult population
Catch up any unvaccinated Australians from previous phases
Number of doses up to 16m

Phase 3

< 16 if recommended*

Why these groups are prioritised

There is significant demand for safe and effective vaccines to end the COVID-19 pandemic. As vaccines become available, they will go to people in higher risk groups. Priority groups are identified by considering current public health, medical and epidemiological evidence on who would be most affected if they contracted COVID-19. For example, health and aged care workers are a priority group because they are at high risk of contracting COVID-19 due to their frequent contact with people. They are also more likely to transmit the virus to vulnerable people through their work in hospitals and aged care facilities. It is for everyone’s benefit that this group is prioritised for vaccination so they can continue providing essential care.

What this means for you

Whether you are in a priority group or not, the best thing you can do is stay up to date and continue to be COVIDSafe. The Australian Government will provide further information about how vaccines will roll out over the coming months.

In the meantime, everyone still needs to:

practise good hygiene maintain physical distance stay home if you are sick and get tested download the COVIDSafe app

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Covid vaccine: Please note we will do our absolute best to guarantee your allocation of vaccine but there may be unforeseeable circumstances when we may not be able to supply the vaccine.
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