Vaccine Rollout Information

Information and resources for general practices

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COVID-19 HealthPathways

For all clinical information related to COVID-19 vaccines, refer to the COVID-19 HealthPathways that provide general practitioners with information on patient assessment, management and referral pathways.

Important COVID-19 HealthPathways include:

To register for login details, submit the online form or email the team at healthpathways@wapha.org.au

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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Information

Vaccination Clinic Information for Vaccination Providers

COVID-19 vaccinations are available at participating general practices, Commonwealth Vaccination Clinics (GP Respiratory Clinics), Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHs), selected community  pharmacies and State-run vaccination clinics.

There are three COVID-19 vaccines registered for use in Australia:

·         Comirnaty (Pfizer)

o    Available to all Australians aged 12 years and over at participating general practices, Commonwealth Vaccination Clinics (GP Respiratory Clinics), and Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisations as well as at State-run vaccination clinics.

o    Comirnaty (Pfizer) information sheet

·         Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca)

o    Available to all Australians aged 60 years and over at participating general practices, Commonwealth Vaccination Clinics (GP Respiratory Clinics),  and Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisations (ACCHs) as well as at State-run vaccination clinics.

o    Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) is available to aged 18 to 59 years old at general practices, Commonwealth Vaccination Clinics (GP Respiratory Clinics) and Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisations  (ACCHs) if the person has made an informed decision on the risks and benefits of the vaccine. Not available at State run clinics.

o    Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) information sheet

·         Spikevax (Moderna)

o    Available to all Australians aged 12 years and over at participating pharmacies

o    Spikevax (Moderna) information sheet

See the Australian Department of Health for more information on who can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. 

Vaccines can be booked at general practices, Commonwealth Vaccination Clinics (GP Respiratory Clinics), selected community pharmacies and Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisations using the Vaccine Clinic Finder.

State-run community COVID-19 vaccination clinic bookings can be made at VaccinateWA

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COVID-19 updates from WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA)

SUBSCRIBE TO WAPHA UPDATES

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COVID-19 information, advice and resources

WA Government Department of Health WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) Australian Government Department of Health
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COVID-19 vaccination training

Authorised COVID-19 vaccination providers must complete COVID-19 vaccination training to ensure our workforce is competent in the safe management and administration of COVID-19 vaccines. For further information, visit the following links:
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Aboriginal Health and COVID-19

All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 16 and over can access a COVID-19 vaccine. The Australian Department of Health has developed campaign materials for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

COVID 19 Updates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from Australian Department of Health  COVID 19 Updates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from WA Department of Health  Other resouces
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COVID-19 vaccines: Dispelling the myths for Aboriginal people

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Patient information

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GP support programs

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