Covid Vaccinations Southbank

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In line with our continued commitment to the health and wellbeing of our patients, the team at Omnicare Medical Clinic will be participating in the forthcoming Covid vaccinations program here in Southbank. As soon as the stock arrives we will begin contacting people inviting them to make an appointment.

We will not be booking any appointments until our first batch of Coronavirus vaccine here in Melbourne has been delivered, so please do not try to make an appointment at this stage.

What You Need To Know

Whether you undergo a covid vaccination in Southbank or anywhere else in Melbourne you should know that they are free of charge and universal. Getting your Covid -19 vaccines is both safe and effective in preventing our Southbank patients from becoming ill with coronavirus.

All vaccines are tested to ensure they are safe before being approved for use and need to pass strict standards as laid out by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration.

Getting Covid Vaccinations in South Melbourne

You will require two separate vaccinations several weeks apart. This is anywhere between 21 days and 12 weeks depending upon the type of vaccine you are offered
All Covid vaccinations in South Melbourne are free to Australian citizens, permanent residents and temporary visa holders.
All Covid 19 vaccinations are voluntary

Expression of Interest

Would you like us to contact you when the vaccine stock arrives?

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know which priority group I am in?
Knowing when you are eligible for your Covid vaccination in Southbank, Melbourne depends on having an understanding of your priority group. To find out which priority group you fall into, visit the Australian Governments Vaccine Eligibility Checker. It takes around 1-2 minutes to complete and by the end of it, you should have a clear indication of which category/group you are in.
How can I stay safe until I get my Covid vaccinations in South Melbourne?
Because the mass rollout of the Covid 19 vaccine is one of the largest healthcare programs undertaken here in Australia it will take time to distribute and inoculate every citizen. So whether you are in a priority group or not, you will need to keep yourself, your friends, family and loved ones safe. Here’s what you should be doing…

  • Washing hands frequently. Use hand sanitiser when soap and water is not an option.
  • Maintain a 1.5-metre distance from other people
  • Wear a mask covering when required to do so
  • If you do cough or sneeze ensure it’s caught either in a tissue or your elbow
  • Closely monitor and follow any current healthcare restrictions.

If you do feel unwell in the meantime, you are advised to take a Covid test as soon as possible and stay at home until you receive a negative result.