A number of Fullerton Health Medical Centres are participating in COVID-19 Vaccination Phase 1b commencing 22 March 2021.

The Australian COVID-19 vaccination program was launched on 22 February 2021. As vaccine numbers are still limited, this program is phased according to priority.

Phase 1a is well underway across Australia. This phase covers quarantine, border and frontline health care workers and aged care and disability care residents and staff.

COVID-19 Vaccination Phase 1b of the rollout commences 22 March 2021. Appointments will only be made available when vaccine stocks have arrived at the clinic. Please check our website regularly for vaccine and appointment availability.

Please refrain from calling our medical centres regarding COVID-19 Vaccination Phase 1b. Due to the high volume of calls, there is a delay in responding to queries.

The following Fullerton Health Medical Centres are participating in Phase 1b of the rollout commencing week beginning 22 March 2021:

Individuals eligible for COVID-19 Vaccination Phase 1b vaccination include:

  • Adults aged 70 and over
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people over 55 years
  • People over 18 with an underlying medical condition including disability
  • Critical and high-risk workers, including emergency services and active Australian Defence Force personnel and meat processing workers, and
  • Healthcare workers.

To determine when you can get the vaccine, visit the Eligibility Checker.

More information on COVID-19 vaccines can be found here in English COVID-19 vaccines | Australian Government Department of Health and other languages COVID-19 vaccine information in your language | Australian Government Department of Health.

For further up to date information on COVID-19 vaccines, go to the Australian Department of Health  or Healthdirect.

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