Caring for someone with COVID-19
Many people with mild COVID-19 symptoms can be cared for at home. Here's what you need to know if a household member has tested positive for COVID-19.
How to isolate or quarantine with COVID-19
Isolation and quarantine help protect you by preventing exposure to people who have, or may have, COVID-19. Follow these steps if you’re a close contact or have COVID.
Treating COVID-19 symptoms at home
People with a mild case of COVID-19 can treat their symptoms in a similar way to how they treat a seasonal flu. Here's how to relieve symptoms at home.
If you are a COVID-19 ‘close contact’
Find out what you need to do if you have been identified as a close contact of someone with COVID-19.
What happens after you recover from COVID-19?
More than 2 million Aussies have recovered from COVID-19. Here's what you need to know about post-COVID life, including when to get your next vaccination.
How to stay healthy and safe while travelling abroad during COVID-19
How to stay healthy and safe while travelling abroad during COVID-19.
Understanding post-COVID-19 symptoms and long COVID
While most people fully recover from having COVID-19, others have found it can take longer to get back to normal. Read more about post-COVID symptoms and 'long COVID' here.
How to treat mild COVID-19 symptoms and who can have oral antiviral treatments for COVID-19
Most adults with a mild case of COVID-19 can treat their symptoms at home and recover in a few days. That is by resting at home, taking pain relief and cough medicines and keeping hydrated. But will that be enough for everyone?
Recovery and returning to normal activities after COVID-19
Learn about what happens after you’ve recovered from COVID-19, and when you can leave isolation and return to normal activities.
How to prepare a kit to manage COVID-19 at home
Use this item checklist to prepare a kit that will help you manage your COVID-19 symptoms at home, should you become infected.