Where to get reliable information about COVID-19
It’s best to get your information about COVID-19 from up-to-date, accurate and reliable sources.
You can call:
- the Coronavirus Helpline on 1800 020 080
- Healthdirect on 1800 022 222.
You can also go to Healthdirect’s COVID-19 hub.
Australian Government COVID-19 information
For Australia-wide resources and information about COVID-19, go to Australian Government Department of Health – Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic health alert.
You can also download the Australian Government’s Coronavirus Australia app.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme website has the latest updates on NDIS COVID-19 information and support for participants and providers.
Up-to-date traveller advice is available at Smart Traveller – COVID-19 and travel.
Vaccination is a key way to protect yourself and your community against COVID-19. Use the Australian Government Department of Health’s vaccine clinic finder to find out when, where and how you can get vaccinated. You can also check your state or territory government or health website.
State and territory COVID-19 information and advice
For information and advice about COVID-19 in your state or territory, check your state or territory health department or government website below.
Australian Capital Territory
ACT Government – COVID-19 information and advice in the ACT
New South Wales
NT Government – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Victorian Government – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
It’s natural to worry about what COVID-19 might mean for your family. If you’re worried and need support, you could talk to your GP or a local counsellor. You can also call Lifeline on 131 114 or Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636. Children aged 5 years and over can call Kids Helpline.