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Super Schools vaccination weekend returns

Friday 19 November 2021

Queensland Health is once again offering COVID-19 vaccinations at a number of schools across the state this weekend, including eight schools in Wide Bay.

Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service (WBHHS) Vaccine Lead Fiona Sewell said the walk-in clinics were open to all community members aged 12 years and above.

“Our school clinics have been very successful in the past with high rates of first doses being administered, so we’re happy to be able to offer pop-up clinics at schools once again,” Ms Sewell said.

“Bring your family, friends and neighbours – this is a community effort and we need everyone to come forward to get vaccinated.

“Vaccination remains the best way to protect ourselves and our loved ones against the impacts of COVID-19, including serious illness or death from the virus.

“In addition to our school clinics, our fixed vaccine hubs at Bundaberg TAFE, Hervey Bay TAFE and Maryborough City Hall will also be open on Saturday (20 November) between 8am and 4pm.”


Clinic location


20 November

Urangan State High School

8am to 2pm

Gin Gin State School

8am to 2pm

Aldridge State High School, Maryborough

8am to 2pm

Shalom College Bundaberg

8am to 11am

St Luke’s Anglican College, Bundaberg

12.30pm to 3.30pm

Bundaberg TAFE

8am to 4pm

Hervey Bay TAFE

8am to 4pm

Maryborough City Hall

8am to 4pm

21 November

Hervey Bay State High School

8am to 2pm

Kepnock State High School

8am to 2pm

Maryborough State High School

8am to 2pm

To find what days and hours your local fixed or rural vaccination location is open, visit:

Last updated: 19 November 2021