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COVID-19 vaccination information for healthcare workers

Healthcare workers face a higher risk of COVID infection and illness compared to the general population due to the nature of our work. We might also, unwittingly, be responsible for transmitting the virus to the vulnerable people in our care, even if the risk of transmission is lower amongst vaccinated populations.

Plus, your support and uptake of the vaccine, while vital to your own protection, will also support higher uptake in the community.

Vaccine rollout information

The latest updates on the vaccine rollout in Queensland.

Current vaccination recommendations

Up-to-date clinical advice on vaccination.

Information on Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS)

Advice for clinicians on identifying, treating and reporting TTS.

Vaccine PPE and clinical guidance documents

PPE requirements and specific clinical advice.

Vaccine protocols and management templates

In-clinic forms and resources

Frequently asked questions

More information on COVID-19 vaccinations.

Vaccine information sessions for Queensland healthcare workers

View the recordings of our COVID-19 information sessions.

Information for Queensland primary care providers

Relevant for general practice, pharmacy and other primary providers

Information for aged care workers and providers

Relevant for residential aged care workers and operators

COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy, fertility and breastfeeding

Clinical rationale and advice regarding the vaccination of pregnant women with a COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccines and children

Clinical rationale and advice regarding the vaccination of adolescents aged 12 and above.

Last updated: 6 August 2021