This page was last updated Thursday 17 June.
Use the Australian Government's National Eligibility Checker to see if you are eligible to book a vaccine appointment.
If you are eligible, you can:
- Call the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398. For an interpreter, press 0.
- Visit the Victorian Government’s website to see which centres are accepting walk ins and current wait times.
- Book an appointment online through the Department of Health.
- If you are a local resident, you can book your COVID-19 vaccine through Cohealth or North Richmond Community Health Service.
- If you or the person that you are booking for has a disability and needs additional support to get a COVID-19 vaccine, email DLOcoordinator@dhhs.vic.gov.au
For more information about how to book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment, visit the Victorian Government’s website.
Information on COVID-19 vaccines – Updated Thursday 17June
- Currently all Victorians aged 40 are eligible for either one of the AstraZeneca or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines.
- The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation have advised the Pfizer vaccine will be prioritised for people under 50 years of age across all phases of the vaccine rollout.
- The AstraZeneca vaccine will be prioritised for people aged 50 years and over.
- You will need to wear a face mask and be COVIDSafe when you’re in a vaccination centre.
If you have COVID-19 symptoms, please get tested and don't visit a vaccination centre.
You can book a test through:
- North Richmond Community Health Service
- St Vincent's Hospital Fever Clinic
- Fitzroy Respiratory Clinic (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents only)
Find out more
- It is important to stay informed through official sources.
- If you want to talk to someone about COVID-19 vaccines, or ask when it’s your turn, call the National Coronavirus Helpline on 1800 020 080. The hotline is available 24 hours every day.
- For the translating and interpreting Service, call 131 450.
- You can also talk to your doctor.
Information in your language
You can learn more at the Department of Health’s website where information is available in 63 languages.
Translations in many of Yarra's community languages spoken are provided below:
Arabic - العربية
Amharic - አማርኛ
Chinese, Simplified - 简体中文
Chinese, Traditional - 繁體中文
Wɛl ë tuɔ̈m abirgup ke tuaany de COVID-19
Dinka - Thuɔŋjäŋ
Εμβόλια κατά της νόσου COVID-19
Greek - Ελληνικά
Vaccini per il COVID-19
Italian - Italiano
Вакцине против COVID-19
Serbian - Српски
Somali - Somali
Tigrinya - ትግርኛ
Turkish - Türkçe
Vietnamese - Tiếng Việt