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COVID-19: Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service's COVID-19 vaccination hubs have now closed after supporting the implementation of Queensland’s COVID-19 vaccination program. While our clinics are closed, COVID-19 vaccination is still available to eligible community members through the primary sector and other providers.

To find local vaccination options, visit the COVID-19 vaccine finder page.

When can I receive the vaccine?

All people aged 5 and over are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.

How do I access the vaccine locally?

WBHHS COVID-19 vaccination hubs are now closed, but there are still a range of other options via selected medical practices, pharmacies and other providers across the Wide Bay Burnett region.

Visit the Vaccine clinic finder and answer some questions to find your closest vaccination clinic.

Where can I find more information?

We understand people will have a lot of questions. It’s important you get your answers from trusted sources, with information based on evidence and fact.

These sources of information continue to provide the overarching and latest advice about the vaccines and rollout program, and are being frequently updated as more details become available:

Other useful information:

For assistance and information over the phone, you can call:

  • The Queensland Government’s 134 COVID hotline (13 42 68)
  • The National Coronavirus and COVID-19 Vaccination Helpline (1800 020 080)

Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service

Last updated: 25 March 2020