COVID-19 vaccine communication and messaging
The following resources have been supplied by the Victorian Government to promote and provide communications around the booster vaccination rollout.
Community Services Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions
DFFH has developed a Community Services vaccination policy, applicable to disability service providers.
To access the policy and for further information visit the NDIS Vic COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions page
COVID-19 Safer and Stronger: Disability Vaccine Champions
Disability Vaccine Champions talk about how they made their decision to get vaccinated in a series of four podcasts and a short video.
This video is for:
People with disability Boards
For all the Disability Vaccination Champions information and resources, visit the NDIS Vaccine Champions page
COVID-19 vaccination – Social – COVID-19 vaccine third doses or booster doses? (other languages)
This language set contains translation of a social tile that explains who should receive a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and who should receive a booster dose.
To access these resources in English and other languages, Click Here
It starts with you: A free COVID-19 vaccination campaign for health services, organisations and community groups
To access these resources, Click Here
Murray PHN has created a community engagement campaign to support health services, organisations and community groups to raise awareness of the importance of getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
The It starts with you campaign focuses on the choice to vaccinate - choosing to vaccinate protects you, protects the people important to you, and contributes to the community effort that will have us enjoying the things we all ‘want’ as soon as possible.
In addition to increasing the number of people getting vaccinated, the campaign aims to overcome barriers to vaccination through best practice communication and engagement, and increase the knowledge in the community so people know where to get vaccinated.
You are welcome to share this campaign throughout your networks. It includes posters that you can print, press advertising and social media graphics. There are also dedicated kits for First Nations, young people and tweens (12-15 year olds).
Vaccine providers in Central Victoria
To access a list of Central Victoria vaccine providers, Click Here
Vaccine Service for Hard to Reach Groups
To download this flier, Click Here