Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic

Keeping our community healthy

From 30th March 2021 Bendigo Primary Care Centre will be delivering vaccines in Phase 1B of a national rollout.

Everyone in Australia will be offered a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine, but the first doses are limited. People in high priority groups including the elderly, vulnerable or immune compromised and front line workers will get their vaccines first.

1B includes

  • Adults aged 70 years and over
  • Health care workers not covered in Phase 1A
  • Critical and high-risk workers including defence, police, fire, emergency services and meat processing
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 55 years and over
  • Adults with an underlying medical condition including:
    • People with heart and chronic lung disease
    • People with inflammatory conditions who are on immune suppressing medication
    • People who are immunocompromised (this includes people with HIV or who are currently or have in the last 12 months undergone chemotherapy or radiotherapy)
    • People who have been diagnosed with non haematological cancers in the last 12 months
    • People who have been diagnosed haematological cancers in the last five years.
    • Organ transplant recipients
    • People who have liver or kidney failure.

Learn More

Call us on 5441 8622 after 11am Monday to Friday and our reception team will manage your booking.

Yes. You’ll need to provide proof of your medical condition, employment or age to receive your vaccination.
Proof could be your My health record, a health professional referral or a declaration form, your drivers license or other proof of your age.

You’ll need to bring your Medicare card, proof of age like a drivers license, proof of any eligible medical condition like a recent GP or specialist summary, current scripts, My health record or a health professional referral.

If you do not have this information, you can complete the Eligibility declaration form. We will have printed declaration forms available at your appointment if you need one.

At your appointment you will need to complete the consent form for COVID-19 vaccination. Printed forms will be available but take the time to read the form before your appointment if you can.

Whether you’re in a priority group or not, the best thing you can do is stay up-to-date and continue to be COVIDSafe.

The Australian Government will provide further information about how vaccines will roll out over the coming months. In the meantime, everyone still needs to:

  • Practise good hygiene
  • Maintain physical distance
  • Stay home if you are sick and get tested
  • Download the COVIDSafe app