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Where to have your COVID-19 vaccine

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Way to go Bayside! We’ve played our part to help Victoria pass the 70% first COVID-19 vaccination jab target milestone.

In fact, Bayside is leading the way with 84.8%+ first COVID-19 vaccination jabs across our municipality for residents aged 15+ and 59.1% fully vaccinated. Let’s keep it up! 

Everyone aged 12 years or older can now get a vaccine.

The best vaccine to get is the one that’s available to you right now. The best person to talk to if you have concerns about your health and being vaccinated against COVID-19 is your doctor, pharmacist or regular health professional. They can answer your questions and give you the information you need.

Sandringham Hospital has more than 2,000 COVID-19 vaccination appointments available to book now. There are also many appointments available at other vaccination clinics, GPs or Pharmacists.

Council is not a COVID-19 vaccination provider but there are number of vaccination providers in and around Bayside.

Victorian Government vaccination sites in Bayside

The main Victorian Government vaccination centre in Bayside is at Sandringham Hospital - Ambulatory Care Centre:

  • 193 Bluff Road Sandringham. Enter from Edward Street.
  • Bookings  - call 1800 675 398 or online via the Victorian Government vaccine website.
  • Operating 9am-5pm, 7 days a week.
  • The clinic is a partnership of Connect Health & Community, Sandringham Ambulatory Care Centre, Bayside City Council and Alfred Health.

Vaccination centres close to Bayside

Other Victorian Government vaccination centres within a short drive of Bayside include:

  • Monash Health – Kingston Centre
  • Monash Health – Monash Medical Centre 
  • Monash Health – Moorabbin
  • Monash Health - Sandown Racecourse mass vaccination centre.

Find out more and book a vaccination appointment at a Victorian vaccination centre

You can also

Victorian Government vaccination website

Australian Government vaccine information and providers including GPs and Pharmacists

    The Australian Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine website includes a wide range of information on the vaccine and vaccination roll-out including details of local GP and Pharmacy vaccination sites in Bayside.

    This includes a vaccine Eligibility Checker to check when you will be eligible for a vaccination.

    Use the Eligibility Checker to see when and where you can be vaccinated. You will need to answer a series of questions to check your eligibility before the locations will be displayed.

    Some of the GP clinic vaccination locations in Bayside include:

    • Bluff Road Medical Centre, Sandringham
    • New Street Medical Centre, Brighton
    • North Brighton Medical Centre, Brighton
    • Southend Medical Centre, Hampton

    There are also a large number of pharmacies in Bayside offering vaccination appointments. 

    Contact your local pharmacy or go here to book.

    You obtain booking details for appointments at GP clinics and pharmacies via the Eligibilty Checker or via the Hotdoc app.

    Australian COVID-19 vaccine website

    Need assistance?

    If you or someone you know needs assistance to book or travel to a vaccination appointment, we can help. Call 9599 4444 or email relief [at] bayside.vic.gov.au.

    Victorian Government translated COVID-19 information

    For COVID-19 information in your language visit:

    Εμβόλια κατά της νόσου COVID-19
    Covid-19 Vaccinations in Greek

    Vaccini per il COVID-19
    Covid-19 Vaccinations in Italian

    COVID-19ワクチン
    Covid-19 Vaccinations in Japanese

    COVID-19疫苗
    Covid-19 Vaccinations in Chinese

    Вакцины от COVID-19
    Covid-19 Vaccinations in Russian

    Vaccines Eligibility and Sites Checker

    Remember, even as the vaccine rollout continues, it remains very important to stay safe by washing your hands regularly, carrying a face mask with you and wearing it when required, coughing and sneezing into your elbow, and keeping at least 1.5 metres from others. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, you must get tested and stay home.

    Stay safe Bayside.

     

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