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COVID-19 Vaccination

The COVID-19 vaccine is available across Gippsland. Vaccination is free, fast and effective. Here’s what you need to know.

Vaccination Eligibility Checker

Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing remains one of the best ways to keep people safe and stay open, so anyone in Gippsland with symptoms, no matter how mild, should get tested as soon as possible.

Updated advice from ATAGI

Australia’s top immunisation experts have updated their recommendations for COVID-19 winter fourth doses to help reduce severe disease.

People aged 50 and over are recommended to have a fourth dose, while people aged 30 to 49 can receive one if they choose.

ATAGI has also recommended the interval for the fourth dose be reduced to 3 months after your initial booster.

Learn more here.

Where to get your vaccination across Gippsland

Book your COVID-19 vaccination appointment at one of Gippsland’s six Respiratory Clinics (details below).

Note that most clinics require an appointment. If one clinic is full, try another. You can also go to the Eligibility Tracker on this page to find your nearest local GP clinics.

Remember – the best vaccine is the one you can get right now, so please book today.

Key contacts

Coronavirus Hotline

1800 675 398

Our trusted Gippsland doctors talk about the benefits of vaccination

Warragul Respiratory Clinic

170 Normanby Street, Warragul (enter through Stoffers Street car park)

Open weekdays 9am-5pm. Book online or phone at 5642 6666. Appointment needed, no referral required.

Wellington Respiratory Clinic

12 Inglis Street, Sale

Open weekdays 9am-5pm. Book online or phone 5143 7900 and 5143 7981. Appointment needed, no referral required. Will be open every day except weekends and public holidays.

Foster Respiratory Clinic

97 Station Road, Foster

Open weekdays, 9am-1pm. Book online or phone 5682 2088. Appointment needed, no referral required.

You may also be able to book a vaccination at your GP clinic. You can direct any questions to the Victorian Government’s COVID website or the 24-hour coronavirus hotline: 1800 675 398.

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