Queensland Health has issued a warning to Queenslanders aged 65 and older to make sure they are up-to-date with their COVID-19 booster shots following a spike in hospital admissions.
Queensland Health has dumped the “traffic light” system to warn residents about COVID-19 risks, opting to treat COVID now like any other respiratory disease.
The Autumn VaxBus will be returning to the South Burnett next month to offer more free flu and COVID-19 vaccinations to residents.
Almost 60 people have died with COVID-19 in Queensland so far in April, statistics released by Queensland Health on Friday show.
There have been more than 6300 cases of the flu so far this year in Queensland, including eight deaths.
Another 17 deaths were added to Queensland Health’s official COVID-19 tally during the latest reporting period.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has warned that vexatious complaints are out of control and damaging the morale of GPs.
Queensland Health has adjusted its COVID-19 reporting details for hospitalisation and infection rates.
The number of people being treated for COVID-19 in Queensland hospitals has risen for the fourth week in a row.
The number of people being treated for COVID-19 in Queensland hospitals has risen slightly, figures released by Queensland Health on Friday show.
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) has recommended all adults aged 65 years and over should receive a 2023 COVID-19 vaccine booster dose if their last COVID vaccination – or confirmed infection – was six months ago or longer.
Another 35 deaths have been added to Queensland’s official COVID-19 death toll, in the latest figures released by Queensland Health on Friday morning.
A total of 202 people have died with COVID-19 in Queensland since the beginning of 2023.
Queenslanders with COVID-19 symptoms have been urged to avoid visiting elderly friends and family, as the State’s latest wave approaches a peak.
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There are still more than 300 people being treated for COVID-19 in Queensland hospitals.
There are now more than 300 people being treated for COVID-19 in Queensland hospitals, up from 245 last week.
Another 15 people have died from COVID-19 in Queensland, statistics released by Queensland Health on Friday morning show.
More than 200 people are now being treated for COVID-19 in Queensland hospitals, the latest statistics released by Queensland Health reveal.
Queensland’s COVID-19 emergency status will lift to “Amber” on Friday after a doubling of hospital patients in the State during the past week.