From Monday Australia will begin Phase 1B of its coronavirus vaccination program.
The second stage will include the delivery of first jabs for people aged over 70, indigenous Australia’s aged over 50, people with specified medical conditions, adults living with disabilities and people working in high-risk settings such as defence, police, fire, emergency services and meat processing.
People eligible for a jab will be able to attend a number of local GP clinics who will begin delivering the first dose of the vaccine from Monday.
There are 18 clinics across the Territory who have signed up to deliver the vaccine, with a number of other clinics across the border.
- Ochre Health Medical Centre Casey
- My Medical Practice Charnwood
- Isabella Plains Medical Centre
- Kambah Medical Centre
- Ochre Health Medical Centre Bruce
- Ochre Health Medical Centre Calwell
- Ochre Health Medical Centre Garran
- Ainslie Family Practice
- Gungahlin General Practice
- Erindale healthcare Wanniassa
- Fisher Family Practice
- Conder Surgery
- Weston Creek Medical Practice
- National Health Co-op Chisholm
- National Health Co-op Evatt
- National Health Co-op Macquarie
- Waramanga Medical Centre
- Brindabella Family Practice Queanbeyan
- Queanbeyan GP Super Clinic Queanbeyan
- Riverside Medical Centre Queanbeyan
- Bradfordville Family Medical Centre Goulburn
- Marima Medical Clinic Goulburn
- Goulburn Medical Centre
It’s expected this list of clinics will continue to grow as the vaccine rollout continues.
Bookings for those eligible in Phase 1B can start being made from Wednesday.
You can head online to the Health Department’s Eligibility Checker where a list of your nearest GP’s can be found.