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Aged care vaccination readiness toolkit available

Posted February 17 2021

The Department of Health has published a readiness toolkit for residential aged care facilities (RACFs) to help prepare for the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines and obtaining and recording consent for residents.

Residential aged care facilities should familiarise themselves with the information and start planning.

The following resources are now available for residential aged care facilities:

The following information is also available for facilities, workers, residents and their families, carers and loved ones:

You can also visit the department's information for aged care providers and workers page on our COVID-19 vaccines website for more information, and subscribe to receive COVID-19 vaccine updates.

The Primary Health Network will be contacting RACFs identified for priority rollout in our region and will be able to talk about how you can best prepare for vaccination day.

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