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We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/Od9P5vcTrI
Replying to @VicGovDH
Doses at state run clinics yesterday: 4,718 Total: 4,829,012 Fully vaccinated (12+): 90% Hospitalised: 310 7 Day Average: 309 In ICU (active): 48 In ICU (cleared): 48 Ventilated: 31 Tests: 75,348 New cases: 1,254 Lives lost: 5 Active cases: 10,276
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
Beep beep! We're here Wondonga!

Any Mob need a COVID jab come see us at Mungabareena Aboriginal Corp (21 Hovell St, Wodonga) 9am - 4pm, 23 - 25/11

#ProtectMob
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
💪 This Saturday Preston Market will host another pop-up vaccine clinic! No bookings required.
✔️ Preston Market - Sat 27 Nov, Murray Road, Stall site opposite ‘Rhubarb Rhubarb Organics’ 8.30am to 1pm

For details on vaccine clinics near you, visit: darebin.vic.gov.au/LetsDoIt
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
We will contact everyone who is required to quarantine, but you should still tell your household contacts as soon as you can about what they have to do.
Replying to @VicGovDH
👉Your COVID Checklist provides everything you need to know if you test positive for COVID, or you’re a contact: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/checklist 💎 Find testing locations, opening hours and wait times visit:coronavirus.vic.gov.au/where-get-test…
Your COVID Checklist | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
Where to get tested for COVID-19 | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
When you’re in quarantine, you can’t leave your house (unless to get tested, get medical supplies or treatment, or in an emergency including family violence, fire or flood).
Replying to @VicGovDH
We will contact everyone who is required to quarantine, but you should still tell your household contacts as soon as you can about what they have to do.
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
Checklist for household contacts: Step 1: Quarantine at your home immediately Step 2: Get tested as soon as possible Step 3: Monitor for symptoms while in quarantine Step 4: Get another test on your second-last day of quarantine
Replying to @VicGovDH
When you’re in quarantine, you can’t leave your house (unless to get tested, get medical supplies or treatment, or in an emergency including family violence, fire or flood).
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
Under Victoria’s new COVIDSafe settings, if you are a household contact to someone who tested positive to COVID-19, you must quarantine at home for 7 days if fully vaccinated or 14 days if not fully vaccinated.
Replying to @VicGovDH
Checklist for household contacts: Step 1: Quarantine at your home immediately Step 2: Get tested as soon as possible Step 3: Monitor for symptoms while in quarantine Step 4: Get another test on your second-last day of quarantine
 
A household contact is someone who lives with a person who is COVID-19 positive or has spent more than four hours with them in a house, accommodation or care facility. pic.twitter.com/m14BlgJz8U
Replying to @VicGovDH
Under Victoria’s new COVIDSafe settings, if you are a household contact to someone who tested positive to COVID-19, you must quarantine at home for 7 days if fully vaccinated or 14 days if not fully vaccinated.
 
A household contact is someone who lives with a person who is COVID-19 positive or has spent more than four hours with them in a house, accommodation or care facility.
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
ℹ️ Find more information on COVID-19 vaccines for pregnancy: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/vaccination-in… 👉 Walk in or book an appointment at a state-run vaccination centre online at coronavirus.vic.gov.au/book-your-vacc… or by calling 1800 675 398 8am – 8pm 7 days.
Replying to @VicGovDH
👉 Book an appointment at a participating doctor, community health service or local pharmacy: covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au
 
Paediatrician Dr Margie Danchin explains why it is safe for people planning to start a family to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

There is no evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine has any effect on fertility in men or women. pic.twitter.com/wkPMR1v033
Replying to @VicGovDH
ℹ️ Find more information on COVID-19 vaccines for pregnancy: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/vaccination-in… 👉 Walk in or book an appointment at a state-run vaccination centre online at coronavirus.vic.gov.au/book-your-vacc… or by calling 1800 675 398 8am – 8pm 7 days.
Vaccination information about fertility, pregnancy and breastfeeding | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
Book your vaccine appointment | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
 
Paediatrician Dr Margie Danchin explains why it is safe for people planning to start a family to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

There is no evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine has any effect on fertility in men or women.
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/OTsKHzh2EE
Replying to @VicGovDH
For more information on today’s #coronavirus (#COVID19) situation in Victoria, see today’s media release: health.vic.gov.au/media-releases…
 
You can get your COVID-19 vaccine - and your booster if you're due - at pharmacies across Victoria.

Find your nearest pharmacist here: covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/?lang=en pic.twitter.com/WfHNcXGCYQ
Replying to @VicGovDH
Read more about how to book a vaccine appointment at a GP, pharmacist or Victorian vaccination centre: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/book-your-vacc…
Book your vaccine appointment | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
 
You can get your COVID-19 vaccine - and your booster if you're due - at pharmacies across Victoria.

Find your nearest pharmacist here: covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/?lang=en
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/OTsKHzh2EE
Replying to @VicGovDH
Doses at state run clinics yesterday: 3,358 Total: 4,824,189 Fully vaccinated (12+): 89% Hospitalised: 284 7 Day Average: 308 In ICU (active): 52 In ICU (cleared): 53 Ventilated: 29 Tests: 72,754 New cases: 1,196 Lives lost: 3 Active cases: 9,774
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
It's encouraging that ICU numbers have dropped below 100 and we push on to 90% double dose for 12+. But the 19 lives lost are a real tragedy. There are legitimate reasons why a few individuals can't be vaccinated, but 17 of 19 had no vaccines recorded. Entirely preventable. 1/3
 
"Hey you mob - protecting one another is as important as ever."

Have a listen to Uncle Jack. And get vaccinated.
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
What legends! Shoutout to the incredible @HuddleNMFC team and volunteers, for their community vaccination pop-up last weekend — together with @cohealth_au & @NM_REC. It's CHAMPS like these that are working to support all Victorians to get vaccinated, and be safe. #covid19vic
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/mg5KtFsvQ0
Replying to @VicGovDH
For more information on today’s #coronavirus (#COVID19) situation in Victoria, see today’s media release: health.vic.gov.au/media-releases…
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/mg5KtFsvQ0
Replying to @VicGovDH
Doses at state run clinics yesterday: 5,464 Total: 4.8m Fully vaccinated (12+): 89% Hospitalised: 303 7 Day Average: 318 In ICU (active): 44 In ICU (cleared): 53 Ventilated: 23 Tests: 48,427 New cases: 827 Lives lost: 19 Active cases: 9,420
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData
 
Our COVID checklists provide everything you need to know if you test positive or if you're a contact.

Here's the checklist for cases: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/checklist-cases

Read, share, repeat to help keep others safe. See where to get tested here: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/where-get-test…
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/5knbIBn7Zv
Replying to @VicGovDH
For more information on today’s #coronavirus (#COVID19) situation in Victoria, see today’s media release: health.vic.gov.au/media-releases…
 
Vaccines work.
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
#NationalSkinCancerActionWeek is a great time to ask yourself: How can I reduce my skin cancer risk?

1️⃣ Book a skin check with your GP today
More than 2,000 Australians die every year from skin cancer, but most skin cancers can be successfully treated if found in time.
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/5knbIBn7Zv
Replying to @VicGovDH
Doses at state run clinics yesterday: 3,510 Total: 4.8m Fully vaccinated (12+): 89% Hospitalised: 316 7 Day Average: 327 In ICU (active): 44 In ICU (cleared): 54 Ventilated: 23 Tests: 49,818 New cases: 1,029 Lives lost: 3 Active cases: 9,533
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
👉 Walk-in or book an appointment at a state-run vaccination centre online at coronavirus.vic.gov.au/book-your-vacc… or by calling 1800 675 398 8am – 8pm 7 days. 👉 Book an appointment at a participating doctor, community health service or local pharmacy: covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
Young kids still need to follow the simple public health advice that keeps them safe such as: ◾ wash their hands ◾ wear a mask if able and when required ◾ get tested if they have symptoms or they are a contact
Replying to @VicGovDH
👉 Walk-in or book an appointment at a state-run vaccination centre online at coronavirus.vic.gov.au/book-your-vacc… or by calling 1800 675 398 8am – 8pm 7 days. 👉 Book an appointment at a participating doctor, community health service or local pharmacy: covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au
Book your vaccine appointment | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
 
How can we protect kids against COVID-19 if they can’t get vaccinated yet?

Paediatrician and Associate Professor Dr Margie Danchin explains that the best way we can protect younger children who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated, is by getting vaccinated ourselves. pic.twitter.com/NLd8ytrCCX
Replying to @VicGovDH
Young kids still need to follow the simple public health advice that keeps them safe such as: ◾ wash their hands ◾ wear a mask if able and when required ◾ get tested if they have symptoms or they are a contact
 
How can we protect kids against COVID-19 if they can’t get vaccinated yet?

Paediatrician and Associate Professor Dr Margie Danchin explains that the best way we can protect younger children who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated, is by getting vaccinated ourselves.
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/atM34iIO0a
Replying to @VicGovDH
For more information on today’s #coronavirus (#COVID19) situation in Victoria, see today’s media release: health.vic.gov.au/media-releases…
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
Mohamed Barre had undiagnosed asthma and a history of hay fever. He experienced an asthma attack for the first time during the epidemic thunderstorm asthma event of 21 November 2016.
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/atM34iIO0a
Replying to @VicGovDH
Doses at state run clinics yesterday: 6,083 Total: 4.8m Fully vaccinated (12+): 89% Hospitalised: 317 7 Day Average: 346 In ICU (active): 56 In ICU (cleared): 56 Ventilated: 25 Tests: 61,650 New cases: 1,275 Lives lost: 4 Active cases: 9,632
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData
 
Hey Victoria, as we go out, remember that showing your COVID-19 digital certificate is still in.

When showing your COVID-19 digital certificate,
please show it with kindness and consideration to
businesses and their staff. pic.twitter.com/gNGPhddbPH
 
Hey Victoria, as we go out, remember that showing your COVID-19 digital certificate is still in.

When showing your COVID-19 digital certificate,
please show it with kindness and consideration to
businesses and their staff.
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
⚠️Food Recall⚠️SA Health has issued an emergency order to recall raw Pacific oysters (Magallana gigas) produced in Coffin Bay, SA, including fresh and frozen products due to microbial (Vibrio parahaemolyticus) contamination. See the #foodrecall notice at: ow.ly/vGLL50GRyan
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
Living with COVID-19 in a way that’s safe for everyone means being open about having COVID – and letting people know, just like you would if you had the flu. Everything you need to know if you have COVID, or you’re a contact, is in our COVID Checklist: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/checklist
Replying to @VicGovDH
👉 If you test positive to COVID-19, find out what to do: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/checklist-cases 👉 If you’ve been told by a friend, your workplace or your education provider that you’re a contact of someone who has tested positive, find out what to do: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/checklist-cont…
Checklist for COVID cases | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
Checklist for COVID contacts | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
It’s also important to remember to get tested at the first sign of symptoms or when we have spent time with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Replying to @VicGovDH
Living with COVID-19 in a way that’s safe for everyone means being open about having COVID – and letting people know, just like you would if you had the flu. Everything you need to know if you have COVID, or you’re a contact, is in our COVID Checklist: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/checklist
Your COVID Checklist | Coronavirus Victoria
coronavirus.vic.gov.au
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
✔ We tell our friends and family who we’ve been in contact with outside our home to get tested ✔ We tell our workplace, school or childcare centre, so they can inform others to get tested
Replying to @VicGovDH
It’s also important to remember to get tested at the first sign of symptoms or when we have spent time with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
 
In reply to @VicGovDH
As we move to a new normal living with this virus, we need to follow a few simple steps to ensure we keep ourselves safe and take care of each other. That’s why we follow the COVID Checklist: ✔ If we get COVID, we quarantine along with our household contacts
Replying to @VicGovDH
✔ We tell our friends and family who we’ve been in contact with outside our home to get tested ✔ We tell our workplace, school or childcare centre, so they can inform others to get tested
 
We're now one of the most highly vaccinated societies in the world, which gives us the strongest chance to live safely with COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/nG2G8vbiIk
Replying to @VicGovDH
As we move to a new normal living with this virus, we need to follow a few simple steps to ensure we keep ourselves safe and take care of each other. That’s why we follow the COVID Checklist: ✔ If we get COVID, we quarantine along with our household contacts
 
We're now one of the most highly vaccinated societies in the world, which gives us the strongest chance to live safely with COVID-19.
 
We thank everyone who got vaccinated and tested yesterday.

Our thoughts are with those in hospital, and the families of people who have lost their lives.

More data soon: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-coro…

#COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData pic.twitter.com/7tMPdltirY
Replying to @VicGovDH
For more information on today’s #coronavirus (#COVID19) situation in Victoria, see today’s media release: health.vic.gov.au/media-releases…
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
Even though restrictions have further eased, it is still important to get tested if you are have any of these symptoms:

🟥 Fever
🟥 Chills or sweats
🟥 Cough
🟥 Sore throat
🟥 Shortness of breath
🟥 Runny rose
🟥 Loss or change in sense of smell or taste

nrch.com.au/get-tested-for…
 
VicGovDH Retweeted ·  
Tomorrow, we’re teaming up with @HuddleNMFC, @VicGovDH and @cityofmelbourne to offer COVID-19 vaccinations at the North Melbourne Rec Centre.

The North Melb AFLW team will also be playing a free intraclub practice match from 10am. Come see some live footy and get vaccinated!
 
 
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