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Australian Governmen


Updates, news & information from the Australian Government Dept of Health. Email questions: enquiries@health.gov.au Email media enquiries: news@health.gov.au

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This daily 📅 infographic provides a quick view of the current coronavirus #COVID19 ) situation in AustraliaAU Find out more here: 💻

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Before we can do the things we want to, there’s something we all need to do first. Book your COVID-19 vaccination at

To keep doing the things we love, there’s something we all need to do first. Book your COVID-19 vaccination at

#LIVE 🎬Hear from Dr Lucas De Toca answering your #Top3  questions: ✔️ Being COVID safe when quarantining. ✔️ Precautions to take around unvaccinated people. ℹ️ Additional information on COVID-19 vaccine for children 5 to 11 years.

As the weather gets warmer🌡️it’s a great opportunity to do some #COVIDSafe  exercise outdoors but be sure to follow the #Restrictions  in your state or territory. Be sun☀️safe with: 👒a hat 🧴sunscreen ☂️shade 🕶️sunglasses Visit💻#PhysicalActivity 

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#Agedcareworkers impacted by #COVID19  and needing grief, loss & bereavement support can now access free, new services. Yarn on the phone 📞 1800 222 200, get the My Grief app or visit 💻 @tweet_ACGB  #support  #agedcare  #counselling  #auslan 

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[NEWS] New strategy and research centre to support Australians with eating disorders. Read more at:

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Australia – we keep breaking records! 25 million🏆vaccine doses have gone into arms💪around AU AND a new Monday PB of 321,168! The vaccine is our best defence🛡️against this virus & our best step forward🦶 Let’s keep it up 🙏 Book your vaccine at➡️

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A national plan has been activated to manage the virus and support our community.

Germs can spread fast. There are four simple steps we can all do to help stop the spread.

Identify the symptoms of coronavirus and how they compare to the common cold and influenza. Read more: #COVID19 

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Your actions will save lives. This is why it’s important to stay home:

Make mental health a priority. Eat well, stay active, stay in touch and seek help if needed.

As the coronavirus continues, it's vital that we support our older Australians. Keep in contact, run errands or put a note in their mailbox.

Chief Medical Officer with an important update on testing and social distancing. For more information visit

The risk of catching the Delta strain in Greater Sydney is high. Stay home, get tested and book your COVID-19 vaccination now.

Older people are at greater risk from disease. It's important to check in with those in our community.

The impacts of coronavirus are tough and can impact our mental health. We need to make sure we look after ourselves and seek support when we need it.

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