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Book your vaccine appointment

Information about how to book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

Ways to book

You can book your vaccine appointment:

Talk to your doctor GP about medical conditions

You may have questions about a pre-existing medical condition and getting a COVID-19 vaccine. Your doctor will be able to talk to you about your health and any questions you have.

People who have a pre-existing medical condition and/or disability are encouraged to receive their COVID-19 vaccine by their doctor.

Vaccination centres

Book an appointment

To get your COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination centre you can book:

Walk-ins at vaccination centres

Some vaccination centres accept walk ins. Currently, walk in appointments are not available for Pfizer vaccine. Walk ins are still available at some sites for AstraZeneca vaccine.

Book at a doctor, GP respiratory clinic or community health service

The Australian Government Eligibility Checker can help you:

  • make sure you can get a COVID-19 vaccine now
  • help you find a participating general practice (doctor), community health service or vaccination centre that can give you a COVID-19 vaccine.

You can also call the National Coronavirus and COVID-19 Vaccination Helpline on 1800 020 080 to find a clinic where you can make a vaccination booking.

Other ways COVID-19 vaccines are being delivered

The Victorian Government is also working to deliver vaccines via vaccination centres, and outreach services in places such as aged care and disability care facilities, and other sensitive accommodation settings.

You will be contacted if you are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine through one of these programs.

Useful resources

Reviewed 15 June 2021

Coronavirus Victoria

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