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Aged care workers can get COVID-19 vaccination at state-run centres

Aged care workers can get COVID-19 vaccination at state-run centres

COVID-19 vaccinations are now available for all Victorian healthcare and aged care workers, including private aged care workers, at Victorian Government vaccination clinics.

If you are aged 50 years and over you will receive the AstraZeneca vaccine and if you are under 50 you will receive the Pfizer vaccine.

If you are over 50 and will receive the AstraZeneca vaccine, from 17 May you will also be able to be vaccinated at participating GP clinics.

The vaccination is free.

See the  information for healthcare workers and aged care workers on how to book your appointment and prepare for your vaccination, and for more information about the vaccines. All eligible healthcare and aged care workers should have received a letter of eligibility from the Department of Health via their employers. You can also use an eligibility declaration form.

Make a booking by phoning 1800 675 398 (press options 1, 1 and 1, rather than the previously advertised 3, 2 and 2). Translators are available by choosing option 2. Clinics are available in  locations across Victoria.

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At 4 May 2021, Victoria’s hospital immunisation hubs had administered 220,133 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. At 4 May 2021, 2,316,969 COVID-19 doses had been given Australia-wide.

From 3 May everyone in Australia aged 50 and over became eligible for vaccination at GP respiratory clinics and vaccination centres. From 17 May all over-50s will be eligible for the Astra Zeneca vaccination from participating GPs.