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Weekly COVID-19 vaccine data

The latest COVID-19 vaccine data for Victoria

Weekly vaccine doses

The table below shows combined doses administered each week in Victoria by the Australian Government and by the Victorian Government.

*From 23 - 29 November 2022

Total doses administered this week*
Total doses administered
Doses administered by Australian Government
Doses administered by Victorian Government

Data source: Australian Government and Victorian Government.

Victorians receiving a COVID-19 vaccine by age

Select parts of the graph below to view more detailed information about vaccination doses by age group based on data from the Victorian and Commonwealth governments.

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Vaccine doses by age group and gender

The bar graph below shows vaccine doses, by age group and gender, at Victorian vaccination centres. Select a bar to view gender information for each age group. Select 'dose 1' or 'dose 2' to view data for each dose.

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Data source: Victorian Government.

How vaccine data information is collected

  • The Department of Health sources vaccination data from its Victorian vaccination centres. All national data can be found on the Australian Government's Department of Health websiteExternal Link .

    There is ongoing data cleansing and reconciliation with the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR), which may result in ongoing updates to these figures.

    Two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are required. For more information, see our information about vaccines.

    We update this page regularly with the latest information.

  • A vaccine dose includes any COVID-19 vaccine currently administered to a person living in Victoria. The postcode reflects the address a person nominates as their home address when they receive their vaccine. It doesn't reflect where they get their COVID-19 vaccine.

    A first dose counts the first time someone has received any COVID-19 vaccine. A second dose counts the second time someone receives a COVID-19 vaccine.

    'Administering' a COVID-19 vaccine means injecting a dose into an eligible person with their consent.

    Notes on Victorian postcode data

    • Victorian postcode estimates are accurate as of June 2020 in postal areas as defined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in 2016.
    • Some postcodes do not have a population estimate.
    • Some postcodes appear grey. For these postcodes, due to significant growth in the population, it is not possible to get an accurate estimate of vaccine coverage.
    • Special note: for some postcodes it is not possible to get accurate estimates of population rates. This can happen when postcode boundaries change (i.e., a postcode is split in two). This means there is less confidence in these vaccination rates. Vaccination rates may be higher in these areas than the data appears.
  • Under the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2009, the department is authorised by law to collect information from doctors and laboratories about administered doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in Victoria. The law exists to monitor and control the occurrence of infectious diseases and other medical conditions, and helps to prevent further illness. The aim is to protect the health and safety of the community.

    The following data sources are also used:

    • Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS data) is used to calculate a rate by population for postcodes and local government areas.
    • Local government area population data is sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Estimated Resident Population (ERP) for 2019.
    • Postcode population data is sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2016 census figures. The ABS postcode areas can differ from the Australia Post postcodes areas. The ABS postcode areas may not include newly added postcodes by Australia Post.

Reviewed 01 December 2022

Coronavirus Hotline

Call the Coronavirus Hotline if you need help to report a rapid antigen test (RAT) or if you have any questions about COVID-19.

The Victorian Coronavirus Hotline diverts to the National Coronavirus Helpline every night between 6pm and 8am.

Please keep Triple Zero (000) for emergencies only.