⚠️ COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATE
14-21 June Vaccination Update: PFIZER WALK-INS PAUSED (FIRST DOSE ONLY)
There has been a huge increase in the number of Victorians receiving their first dose of both AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines over the past few weeks.
Our online booking calendar displays all available dates and times. If there are no dates available, please check back later as more clinics are added when supply is available.
The State Government booking number (1800 675 398) has access to the same system as our online calendar. If there are no appointments available on our online calendar, the call centre also won't be able to book you in. If you are over 50, GPs are also able to provide the AstraZeneca vaccine.
We appreciate your patience during this time of high demand and thank you for your interest in getting vaccinated.
Barwon Health is providing the COVID-19 vaccine to the community. The priority for access is in accordance with Commonwealth guidelines.
Book your COVID-19 vaccination at Barwon Health’s Community Vaccination Hub.
Click on the 50+ or 50- icon below to book your vaccination.
* Please note people over the age of 40 can now receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
To book a vaccination you must answer 'yes' to one of these questions:
- Are you over the age of 40?
- Are you a carer?
- Are you a quarantine or border worker? (including household contacts)
- Do you work in healthcare, aged care or disability?
- Are you an aged care or disability care resident?
- Are you a high risk worker including meat processing and emergency services?
- Do you identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person? (over the age of 18)
- Do you have an underlying medical condition or significant disability?
- Do you have a role as a Consumer Advisor or Volunteer in a health service?
If you are unsure please click here to access the eligibility checker.
Please note: If no dates are available, check back later. As vaccine stock becomes available, more clinics are added.
The TGA has approved 2 vaccines for use in Australia, the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. This means these vaccines have met the TGA’s rigorous standards for safety, quality and efficacy. It will be free to all Australian residents. The Pfizer vaccine is delivered in two doses, three weeks apart and is the preferred vaccine for people aged 50 years and under. The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is also delivered in two doses but 12 weeks apart. Both vaccines are safe, effective and free.
Barwon Health Community Vaccination Hub is located at 2-30 North Shore Road, Norlane 3214 (old Ford factory). There is parking available on-site and easy access to bus stops and public transport.
Walk-ins are accepted, although you are encouraged to book ahead by calling 1800 675 398 or make a booking via the links above.
If you walk in, you should be prepared to wait until an immuniser is free to provide you with a vaccine.
Walk-ins are only accepted from 8.20am to 3.20pm each day.
Please be patient and understanding while our health professionals work as hard as possible to vaccinate you quickly and safely.
If you experience a reaction after your COVID-19 vaccine that concerns you, please contact your usual GP. To assist with the national monitoring of vaccine safety, you can also submit a report via safevac.org.au.
2nd vaccine dose
AstraZeneca vaccine information
The Australian Government received important advice from Australia’s expert vaccine advisory body, the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) about the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine for people under the age of 50.
The side effect involves thrombosis, which is blood clotting, and thrombocytopenia, which is a low blood platelet count. This very rare side-effect can affect 1 in 250,000 people.
The risk of this side effect may be greater for people aged under 50 years, and ATAGI has advised that the Pfizer vaccine is preferred over the AstraZeneca vaccine in adults aged under 50 years.
Please read the FAQ for more information.
Flu and COVID vaccinations
The minimum time required between a dose of flu vaccine and a dose of COVID-19 vaccine is 14 days.
You should receive whichever vaccination is available first.
No COVID vaccine
If you have not had any COVID-19 vaccine: wait at least 14 days after your flu vaccine to receive your first dose of COVID-19 vaccine
If you have received one dose of COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine: wait at least 14 days after this first dose before having your influenza vaccine.
The recommended interval (time) between the first and second dose of AstraZeneca is 12 weeks – ensure you have your influenza vaccine more than 14 days prior to your second dose OR 14 days after your second dose.
If you have received one dose of COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine: do not have your flu vaccine until at least 14 days after your second dose of Pfizer vaccine.
Last Modified: Monday, 14 June 2021