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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Is there a cure for coronavirus?

    Is there a vaccine available?
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    Dr Amandeep Hansra

    GP (General Practitioner)

    There are currently no vaccines available to protect against the coronavirus (COVID-19). There is also no specific treatment for COVID-19. It is a virus and therefore antibiotics will not work. The treatment is generally supportive and most symptoms will resolve on their own, after a few days. Those with serious disease or complications will be treated in hospital.

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    Dr Janice Tan

    GP (General Practitioner)

    Dr Tan graduated from UNSW in 2015 and has since worked across a broadly across Sydney during her general practice training. She is a strong … View Profile

    March 2021 Update:

    There are now two types vaccines from Pfizer and AstraZeneca approved for use in Australia to protect against COVID-19 with more potentially on the way.

    These two vaccines have gone through a rigorous approval process by the Therapeutic Group Administration (TGA). There will be no costs to the population to get these vaccines.

    These vaccines are not mandatory.

    The vaccines are gradually being rolled out in phases nationwide with the most vulnerable and frontline workers being prioritised first.

    For more information on the vaccines and to check your eligibility for the current phase of vaccinations, please go to:

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