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COVID-19 Vaccines at Stawell Regional Health

Last updated: 14 April 2022

The Grampians Health- Stawell Vaccination Clinic has now completed more than 10,200 vaccinations for our communities!

Because of the many people who came forward in early 2022 to receive their booster, demand for COVID vaccination is reducing at the Stawell hospital site. As such, COVID vaccinations will be available from the Stawell Medical Centre instead of the hospital from April onwards. While our vaccination rates in this area are mostly high, we encourage those of you who need vaccination, to arrange this as soon as possible. You can arrange an appointment at either of the Stawell GP clinics, or through one of the state vaccination hubs in Ararat, Horsham or Ballarat.

A reminder about who is eligible for a COVID Vaccine:

  • Any person aged 5 years and over is eligible for a first or second dose
  • People aged over 16 who had their second dose more than 3 months ago are recommended to get a 3rd/ booster dose
  • If you have recently had Covid 19 you can get a vaccine as soon as you have completed your 7 day isolation and are feeling better
  • Children aged 5-11 years

Where to get a COVID-19 vaccination

To make a vaccination appointment at Stawell Medical Centre phone 5358 1410

How to get proof of your COVID-19 vaccination

You can get an immunisation history statement or COVID-19 digital certificate to show proof of your vaccinations. Information is available in different languages.

To visit Services Australia to get all the information you need, click here.

If you can’t get your immunisation history statement online or need help, call 1800 653 809.

Information from the Australian Department of Health