You can get a COVID-19 vaccination at a West Moreton Health COVID-19 vaccination clinic, or at select GP clinics and pharmacies (see below). Find your closest clinic at https://covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/booking.
All people aged five and over are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. There is no need to book unless you want to reserve a time. We ask that you arrive at least an hour before the clinic closes.
People aged 16 and older are eligible for a booster vaccination three months after their second vaccination.
Children aged 12 and older who are severely immunocompromised can also get a third dose of the vaccine to help them be fully protected. This includes those with blood cancer, people undergoing chemotherapy or organ transplants, and those with HIV. The third dose should be administered between two to six months after the second dose of vaccine.
A second booster (winter dose) is available four months after the first booster dose for people 65 years and older, residents of an aged care or disability care facility, severely immunocompromised people and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are aged 50 years and older.
Information on booster vaccinations, including eligibility, is available on the Queensland Health website here: https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/protect-yourself-others/covid-19-vaccine/book
- your Medicare card, if you have one, so your vaccinations can be recorded on your MyGov certificate.
- photo identification, if you have it. This can be a driver's licence, passport, visa, age identity card or employment identity card. A birth certificate will suffice if necessary. This makes it easy for us to arrange your second dose.
- your vaccination card, if you have received one from an earlier vaccination appointment. If you are receiving a booster vaccination and you are unsure of the date of your second vaccination and do not have a vaccination card, don’t worry. Clinic staff can access the Australian Immunisation Register to review your COVID-19 vaccination history.
- a list of your medications. This helps us keep you well.
Please wear a short sleeve shirt and let us know before your vaccination if you have a history of severe allergic reactions or anaphylaxis.
Last updated: 11 April 2022
Selected GP clinics are offering the Pfizer vaccine. Locate a GP clinic and make an appointment online
Select pharmacies are offering the Moderna vaccine. Locate a pharmacy and make a booking
The Ipswich CBD COVID-19 Community Vaccination Clinic permanently closed on 4 June 2022. Free COVID-19 vaccinations continue to be available at primary care providers, including many GP clinics and pharmacies. Residents can find their nearest vaccination location here.
Where: Nicholas Street Precinct, Nicholas Street, Ipswich
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West Moreton Health will respond to any evolving demand at our vaccination and testing clinics.
Last updated: 16 May 2022