What you should know about coronaviral disease: What is it?
What is the future of?
What do we do about it?
How did it happen?
Why is it happening?
Why have I got this and not other things?
How do I protect myself?
How to prevent it?
Why does it happen to people in my family?
How can I protect my family and friends?
What to do if you have a family member or friend with the coronas virus?
The coronaviruses first appeared in Australia in the 1950s and 1960s, but have since spread widely across the world.
What are the signs of the virus?
What are some of the symptoms?
When and how do you catch it?
Who is at risk?
What should you do if it’s not clear you are at risk yet?
How does the coronajovirus spread?
How long does it last?
What’s the treatment?
How are people coping?
How important is it to get tested for coronavirin?
Where can I get more information?
What you can do to help protect yourself: How can people avoid catching the coronavi virus?
Who can help?
How will coronaviviruses spread if they spread?
What happens to people who catch the virus in their home?
What can you do to protect your family and loved ones if they have the virus or their partner has it?
When you are tested for the coronavidirus: What happens next?
What if you do not get tested?
How soon will you know if you are infected?
How is the virus spreading?
When will you get tested again?
When do you need treatment?
When are the next tests?
Who has tested positive?
How old are you?
Who needs to be tested?
When can I expect a test?
When is the last test?
Who should be tested first?
How many tests can be done at one time?
Who will be tested at any one time and at what time?
What tests are safe for people to have?
When it’s time to get vaccinated: How soon should you get vaccinated?
Who gets vaccinated?
When should you have your first shot?
When could I get vaccinated for the first time?
How should I be vaccinated?
What else should I know?
What does it mean for you to get immunised?
Who must get immunized?
How often should I get immunization?
How well do I need to be immunized if I have a low immune response?
How quickly should I start immunizing?
How safe is immunization for you?
How much should you eat and drink?
When does it stop?
What other medicines can you take?
When to get a new vaccine: When is it not a good idea to get another one?
What vaccinations are out there?
How accurate are the results?
Can you take another shot if you can’t get one?
Who gives immunizations?
How fast should you be getting vaccinated?
How big is the dose?
What will you be vaccinated for?
When, where and when to get other vaccinations?
What vaccine to get next?
How strong is the immune response to a given vaccine?
How far does the immune system get when it gets a shot?
What kinds of vaccines are available?
Who makes the vaccines?
How they are made: How are vaccines manufactured?
Where do vaccines come from?
Who produces them?
What the government does to promote the use of vaccines: How do vaccines work?
What benefits do vaccines bring?
What they don’t?
Why are vaccines important?
What medicines are available to protect people from the coronava virus?
Where are the vaccines made?
What kind of medicines are they?
Who helps make the medicines?
How the medicines work?
Who decides how to make the medicine?
When the medicine is ready: When should I give the medicine to someone else?
What must I do to prepare the medicine before I give it to a loved one?
When my medicine is done: How long will it take before the medicine has stopped working?
When must I start to take the medicine again?
What time will it be good for me to take it?
If you have questions about the virus, or you are unsure what to do, you should talk to your GP or doctor.
You may also want to talk to someone you trust, such as your doctor or a nurse.