COVID VACCINATIONS have begun!

We thought it fitting that our longest serving staff member be the first person vaccinated at Blackburn Clinic!  Maree and her team have worked tirelessly to prepare for our first mass Vaccination Clinics this Saturday and Sunday. A small number of COVID vaccines were administered during the week to ensure we have the protocol down pat. If you are eligible to receive a COVID vaccine under Phase 1b (see the Eligibility Checker link on the home page) then please book online for an appointment with a Covid Vaccinator (specific instructions on the home page). If you are a New patient please download a registration form (see the home page) and send it in so that we can enter you on our system and arrange an appointment for you.

COVID-19 Vaccination Start Date

We are excited to announce that we will START GIVING COVID-19 VACCINATIONS ON SATURDAY 27th MARCH 2021. Please refer to information on our Home page regarding how to book. Appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations will initially only be available for weekends. This will enable us to separate the vaccination clinics from normal consulting in order to meet the stringent administration requirements associated with COVID-19 vaccines. We are extremely proud to be part of the first cohort of general practices around Australia that have been nominated to participate in the vaccine rollout.

Preparing for a COVID-19 Vaccination

How can I get a copy of my vaccination history?

What should I do if I’m sick on the day my vaccination is booked?

I’ve had another vaccine in the 14 days before my COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

When will I need the second dose?

What do I need to tell the immuniser and what do I need to bring with me to the appointment?

How long do I need to wait around after having the vaccine?

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