* What about Australians below the age of 16?
The Pfizer vaccination approval doesn’t cowl individuals below the age of 16, nevertheless it has no higher age restrict. The medical regulator says the advantages of the vaccination for individuals over the age of 85, or those that are frail, needs to be weighed towards potential threat of even a gentle response.
Age limits for the AstraZeneca vaccination can be outlined within the Therapeutic Items Administration’s approval.
* What number of will we get?
Each vaccines are two doses – so Australians will get two not less than 21 days aside. They’ll should be from the identical firm.
* The place will they be administered?
Normal practitioners and pharmacies have put their hand as much as be concerned, and there is anticipated to be pop-up clinics at present COVID-19 testing centres and hospitals.
* How can Australians show they have been vaccinated?
Jabs can be recorded on the Australian Immunisation Register. Certificates proving vaccinations will then be out there both digitally or in laborious copy. The federal government says this may be wanted for interstate and abroad journey.
* What number of vaccines has Australia ordered?
Australia has secured greater than 150 million doses of varied vaccines, together with nearly 54 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, with the overwhelming majority to be manufactured in Melbourne. In addition to greater than 51 million from Novavax.
WHICH VACCINES AUSTRALIA HAS SECURED:
20 million doses – sufficient to vaccinate 10 million Australians
Australia has ordered 51 million doses however it’s nonetheless within the trial section
College of Oxford/AstraZeneca:
53.8 million doses
3.8 million doses to be delivered to Australia in early 2021
The Australian Authorities has joined the COVAX Facility as a part of a worldwide effort to assist speedy, truthful and equitable entry to COVID-19 vaccines. This participation allows us to buy vaccine doses for Australia as they turn into out there
This contains the Moderna vaccine, CureVac, Inovio and others.
Australia has paid $123.2 million to permit the acquisition of over 25,000,000 doses and paid $80 million to assist vaccine entry for
College of Queensland:
Australia had ordered 51 million doses. Nevertheless, the deal has been scrapped after trial individuals returned false constructive outcomes for HIV