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COVID-19 information for Queensland clinicians

This page hosts the latest available information to assist Queensland clinicians to respond to the evolving COVID-19 situation in Queensland.

Advice on this page is updated as new or changed information comes to hand.

You should continue to return to this website for the latest information rather than printing/storing local copies of fact or information sheets.

Information for consumers, including current advice on the number of confirmed cases in Queensland, can be found at COVID-19 coronavirus information for Queenslanders.

COVID-19 vaccination information for healthcare workers

Latest information for Queensland healthcare workers

Queensland COVID-19 Vaccination and Influenza Vaccination Training

Requirements for workers in Queensland Government controlled COVID-19 vaccination services

COVID-19 Care Preparation and Pathways

Information to support clinicians in helping their patients and themselves prepare for an outbreak, including models of care.

Clinical guidelines

Links to screening tools, COVID therapies, recommended clinical guidelines for a range of specialties

Infection prevention and control guidance (including PPE advice)

Ensuring safety while rationalising the use of PPE.

Testing for COVID-19

Guidance on pathology and laboratory testing.

Information for health professionals about recording and reporting COVID-19 deaths

Information or recording and reporting COVID-19 deaths

Other recommended resources

Assessing, treating and managing COVID-19.

Care for at risk groups

Recommendations for vulnerable cohorts including people with disability, First Nations, and mental health alcohol and other drugs clients.

Information for primary care

Links to local HealthPathways sites and resources to support primary care in maintaining a healthy work environment.

Aged care sector

Treating and managing COVID-19 in RACFs.

Last updated: 18 January 2022

Latest updates

Product defect alert

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued a Product Defect Alert notice for some Softmed branded surgical masks.