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COVID-19 vaccine update
On 9 April 2021 the Australian Government updated its advice on the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Vaccine Eligibility Checker
Find out when it is your turn to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and how to book if you are eligible now.
- The vaccine rollout will happen in 5 stages. People at higher risk of COVID-19 will be able to get the vaccine early.
- Complete this Vaccine Eligibility Checker to find out when it will be your turn to get the vaccine. If you are eligible in the current stage, you will be able to access a list of vaccine clinics and book your appointment. If you cannot complete this checker, speak with your doctor or call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) for advice.
- It is important to continue to protect yourself and others. You must continue to wash your hands often, practice physical distancing, stay home if you are sick and get tested if you have any COVID-19 symptoms.
As individuals who are eligible in 1a continue to be prioritised, Queensland is transitioning into vaccinating Priority Group 1b, commencing with its remaining health care workforce.
If you are a critical or high risk worker, for example emergency services or meat processing workers, Queensland Health will liaise with your employer about options available to receive your vaccination.
Queensland Health is working very closely with the Australian Government to ensure practical and sensible vaccination strategies are implemented in rural and remote communities. This means that for some rural and remote communities, a whole of community vaccination approach will be taken instead of vaccinating only those who are eligible according to the phases outlined in the National vaccination rollout strategy.