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Who can get a vaccine now

Who can get a vaccine now

If you are aged:

  • 18 to 39 years old, you can ask your GP about getting the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, or book an appointment at a NSW Health vaccination clinic or participating pharmacy. You may also be eligible because of your job, medical conditions or if you are caring for a vulnerable person.

  • 40 to 59 years old, you can get the vaccine now. If you have not yet been vaccinated and are unable to obtain an appointment for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, you should consider getting the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. You can discuss your circumstances with your GP, or book an appointment at a NSW Health vaccination clinic or participating pharmacy..

  • 60 years and older and have not yet been vaccinated, book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment with your GP or at a NSW Health clinic immediately.

Your GP is working hard to support you and will make every effort to help you to receive your COVID-19 vaccination. It’s important to be respectful and work with your GP to find out which vaccine is right for you.

To get the COVID-19 vaccine, you must book an appointment. Use the  vaccine eligibility checker to book an appointment.

If you are not eligible, you can register for notifications when the vaccine is available to you.

COVID-19 vaccines are free for everyone in Australia regardless of Medicare or visa status.

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