Booking your COVID-19 vaccination appointments

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Booking an appointment

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You can book an appointment if you want to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

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You will need more than one appointment to get all the doses of the COVID-19 vaccine that you need.

Most people need 3 appointments in total.

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Your doctor can tell you how many appointments you will need.

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When you book your first appointment, you will be told when to book your next appointment.

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You can get a vaccination at:


  • your doctor's office
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  • your pharmacy.

Support for you

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You can call the National Coronavirus Helpline.

1800 020 080

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They can:


  • give you more information
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  • help you book an appointment.
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You can find a vaccination clinic near you on the NSW Government website.

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On the NSW Government website, you must:


  • enter your postcode
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  • choose the type of vaccination clinic you want to go to.
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You can call the Service NSW COVID-19 Helpline.

13 77 88


You can go to our website.

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