NSW Health is working closely with the Australian Government to plan and implement a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccination program in NSW.

NSW Health's COVID-19 vaccination program is underpinned by a strong public health system, as well as successful immunisation and mass vaccination programs.

NSW Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics are open

NSW Health vaccination clinics and participating general practices across the state are open for COVID-19 vaccination bookings. If you are eligible in Phase 1a, Phase 1b or aged 40 years or older you can book an appointment now.

To check your eligibility and book an appointment at a location near you, visit the Australian Government eligibility checker. More locations are being added regularly so check back to find a clinic near you.

If you are aged 40-49 years you are now eligible to book an appointment to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. You no longer need to register your interest. To book an appointment at a location near you, visit the Australian Government eligibility checker.

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Stay COVID safe

Even as the COVID-19 vaccines are becoming more available to the NSW community, it is still important to practise COVID safe behaviour to protect yourself and others:

  • Always check in and out wherever you can
  • Get tested immediately if you have any COVID-19 symptoms, no matter how mild. Self-isolate until you get a negative test result
  • Stay home if unwell. Don’t attend any gatherings or have visitors to your home
  • Wash your hands often, especially after touching common surfaces. Use hand sanitiser when out and about
  • Gather outdoors or in large well-ventilated indoor spaces
  • Physically distance where you can. If you cannot stay 1.5 metres apart, especially indoors, wear a mask.

Keep up to date with the latest COVID-19 case locations and information through the NSW Government website.

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Current as at: Wednesday 9 June 2021
Contact page owner: Health Protection NSW