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The COVID-19 vaccination program rollout begins on 22 February 2021 in Australia with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine Comirnaty, followed by AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine from early March 2021.
We have developed dedicated web pages to support healthcare providers in the administration of COVID-19 vaccines:
We have answered some of the most frequently asked questions about various aspects of COVID-19 vaccines on this page, and we update this page frequently.
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We have developed this page as a "one-stop shop" for a variety of resources that have been developed and new ones that continue to be developed related to the vaccination program. These include the Australian Government Department of Health resources, the Australian Technical Advisory group on Immunisation (ATAGI) clinical advices, the Therapeutic Good Administration resources and individual state and territory resources, among others.
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