This report shows patients at risk and reports on their booster vaccine status. It is based on the ATAGI advice:
ATAGI advises that, based on current evidence, the highest priority groups to receive booster doses are those with risk factors for severe COVID-19 and/or those at increased occupational risk of COVID-19, notably:
People at greater risk of severe COVID-19: individuals aged 50 years and older, those with underlying medical conditions, residents of aged care and disability facilities, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults. In these groups the benefit of a booster
dose is primarily to reduce the risk of severe COVID-19.
As of the 27/01/2022 patients who had their last vaccine at least 90 days (3 months) ago are considered eligible for the booster shot. This rule has been applied to the report automatically.
All patients meeting the 'at risk' criteria used in the COVID-19 At Risk Report who had two vaccines recorded, will show as eligible in this report. If they have received a booster, the type of booster will be shown, and if they have not yet received a booster (third) vaccine, they will be displayed as 'not recorded'.