How to get the vaccine
- To see a list of centres open to all eligible people for bookings or walk-ins, visit .
- To book an appointment, visit .
Vaccine eligibility checker
The eligibility checker will tell you if you are eligible now and connect you to a vaccine provider. If you aren’t eligible yet you can register to receive an email or SMS notification when you are able to get vaccinated. You can also check your eligibility, find a vaccine provider or register by calling .
Phases of the COVID-19 vaccination rollout
The national rollout of the Australian Government’s COVID-19 vaccine program is happening in phases.
The first phases of the vaccine rollout priorities community groups who are most at-risk, including people:
- at higher risk of being exposed to COVID-19, and
- at a higher risk of serious illness if they contract COVID-19.
Current phase of COVID-19 vaccination rollout
|Phase 1a – 200,000 people in Victoria*||Phase 1b – 1.4 million people in Victoria*|
|Hotel quarantine and border workers||Adults aged 70 years and older|
|Frontline health care workers||All other health care workers|
|Aged care and disability care staff||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults aged 50 years and over|
|Aged care and disability care residents||Adults with an underlying medical condition or significant disability|
|Critical and high-risk workers including the defence, police, fire, emergency services and meat processing sectors|
*These numbers are estimates.
Find out which phase of the rollout you are in
You may need to provide evidence of eligibility to your vaccination provider before you can receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Reviewed 03 May 2021