The interim Australian Centre for Disease Control (CDC)

Protecting the health of all Australians.

The interim CDC

The interim CDC aims to improve the health of all Australians by working to protect the country from health threats.

What we do

Find out about the role of the interim CDC and our key areas of responsibility.

Who we engage with

Find out how the interim CDC is engaging with key Australian communities and stakeholders.

News

News

Interim Australian CDC attends the 2024 Communicable Disease and Immunisation Conference (CDIC)

Last week the interim Australian CDC attended the annual Communicable Disease and Immunisation Conference (CDIC) in Brisbane.

Australian health ministers reaffirm commitment to an Australian CDC

On 14 June 2024, health ministers from all Australian governments discussed their commitment to establishing an Australian Centre for Disease Control (CDC).

COVID-19 information for Board Chairs of Residential Aged Care Providers

Chief Medical Officer, Professor Paul Kelly and Janet Anderson, PSM Aged Care Quality and Safety Commissioner released a joint statement to the Board Chairs of Residential Aged Care Providers today urging the board to protect older people from respiratory illnesses in the lead up to winter.