The Victorian Department of Health website health services and general practitioners - coronavirus disease (COVID-19) - includes quick reference guide and checklist, guidelines and advice, current COVID-19 case definition, advice for clinicians and health care workers and other fact sheets.
Victorian COVID-19 data dashboard
Heathcare worker COVID-19 data dashboard
Victorian Government COVID-19 vaccine data
Chief Health Officer
Daily media release
Current restrictions for metropolitan and regional Victoria
Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance note on employment-related matters
Department of Health and Human Services document (updated 22 August 2021). The Victorian Department of Health’s ‘Coronavirus Guidance Note on Employment-Related Matters’ – provides advice on leave, including special paid leave and vaccination leave and re-deployment. ANMF encourages all employers to follow this guidance, however, recognise that enforcement is limited to public sector employers only.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance note on employment related matters
Current health service risk rating and PPE
Current risk ratings for metropolitan and regional Victoria
The guidance provides information about PPE levels for all clinical and non-clinical scenarios, student clinical placements, workforce mobility, workforce daily attestations, and visitors.
Factsheet: Extended P2/N95 respirator and eye protection use -preventing facial injury during COVID-19 (16 August 2021)
Student clinical placements - COVID-19 guidance (7 September 2021)
Where to get tested
Find out where to get tested
Should you get tested?
Current exposure sites
Current public exposure sites
Vaccination centre locations and bookings
Information about how to get vaccinated
Victorian Department of Health workforce register
Register for the Victorian Department of Health outbreak response workforce
Healthcare worker infection prevention and wellbeing
Victorian Government media releases
WorkSafe Victoria - infectious diseases guidance for the healthcare sector
ANMF requested WorkSafe Victoria develop specific guidance for the healthcare sector and healthcare workers.
View the Department of Health Residential Aged Care COVID-19 information and resources.
Mental health services resources
Maternity and newborn resources
Maternal and child health nurses and immunisation nurses
Accommodation program for frontline workers
Frequently asked questions emergency accommodation for frontline workers (updated 6 May)
Victorian Department of Health fact sheets and updates
Pharmacies employing/engaging nurse immunisers
DHHS advises pharmacies may employ or engage nurse immunisers who can act under the Nurse Immuniser Secretary Approval to provide immunisation services in the pharmacy or as part of an outreach or mobile vaccination service of the pharmacy or pharmacy depot. However, the nurse immuniser must be a registered nurse, and not an enrolled nurse, and must have completed an approved immunisation training course. The nurse immuniser also needs to have access to a medical practitioner for advice in accordance with the requirements of the Secretary Approval. Pharmacist immunisers cannot supervise nurses or other persons to immunise patients on their behalf.
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