Anyone aged 12 and older is now eligible to receive a Covid-19 vaccination in Victoria. Getting both doses of a vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from getting seriously ill or dying from coronavirus.

How to book a Covid-19 vaccine appointment

Booking a vaccine can be done a number of different ways - by phone, online or even contacting a participating doctor's clinic, pharmacy or community health service. 

  • You can book a vaccine appointment at a participating doctor's clinic, pharmacy or community health service through the vaccine clinic finder.
  • Use the online booking system to find the closest vaccine appointment to you. You can learn about how to use the online booking system here.
  • Or you can call the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398. For an interpreter, press 0.

Please note that there a number of pop-up vaccination clinics right across Melbourne's north each week - check the Coronavirus Victoria website for more information.

Where to get a Covid-19 vaccine in Hume and Moreland

Our friends from the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network have put together a list of participating doctor's clinics, pharmacies and vaccination hubs across the Cities of Hume and Moreland in several different languages. Please view from the list below to find a list of locations to access a Covid-19 vaccine in your preferred language.

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Amharic Download resource

كيفية الحصول على التطعيم

في مدينتي هيوم ومورليلاند

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ܕܐ݂ܟܼܝܦܝܫܼܝܬܘܢܛܼܘ ܸܥ ܹܡܐ

ܵܓܘ ܡܕ ܼܝܢܬܐ ܕܗܝ ܼܘܡ ܘܡܕ ܼܝܢܬܐ ܕܡܘܪܠܢܕ

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طریقه تطبیق واکسین

در شهر هیوم و شهر مورلند

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English Download resource

वैक्सीन कहाां से लगवाएां 

ससटी ऑफ़ ह्यमऔर ससटी ऑफ़ मोरलडैं में

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Oromo Download resource

د وا�سینو د تطبیق ط��قه 

Morelandښارونو ې

په Hume

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Persian Download resource
Somali Download resource
Tigrinya Download resource
Turkish Download resource

و�کسن کس ط�ح لگوائ جا�

س ٹی آف ہیوم اور س ٹی آف مورلینڈ م ین

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The information on these downloads is current as of 16 September 2021. Please note there may be a wait for a booking - everyone is doing their best to meet vaccination demand.

Who can walk in at any time

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with a disability can visit any Victorian vaccination centre to get vaccinated, without needing to book an appointment.
  • Victorian vaccination centres will ensure Auslan interpreters will be available. View Victorian Government Auslan resources and vaccine information for people with a disability or special requirements.

Please be patient and understanding while health professionals work as hard as possible to vaccinate you quickly and safely.

What to do before you get your Covid-19 vaccination

  • Vaccinated or not, you should always before COVIDSafe.
  • Consider other vaccines you are getting. Try to space your Covid-19 vaccine at least 7 days away from other vaccines like the influenza vaccine.
  • Talk to your doctor about specific allergies, or if you have any questions, concerns or fears.
  • Make sure your Medicare details are up to date.
  • If you don't have a Medicare card - that's okay - Covid-19 vaccines are free for everyone.
  • If this is your first vaccine, book an appointment or set yourself a reminder to get your second COVID-19 vaccine dose at the recommended interval.

What to bring to your vaccine appointment

You should try and bring these things with you, if you have them: 

  • a face mask
  • any emails about your vaccination appointment (on your phone or printed)
  • photo identification, if you have one, such as a passport or driver’s licence
  • a Medicare card or Individual Healthcare Identifier number, if you have one. If you don't, that's ok.

Book your second dose!

If it's your first vaccine - book your second appointment or set yourself a reminder to get your second COVID-19 vaccine dose at the recommended interval!

Support services for people with a disability or special requirements

If you or the person you are booking for needs additional support to receive a vaccination, disability liaison officers can help you. 

People with disabilities or special requirements are encouraged to to use a vaccination centre with enhanced accessibility or a drive-through vaccination centre. View all vaccination centres, including drive-through options.

Some people may even be eligible to get vaccinated at their home. View more about vaccines at home.

Read more about who can get vaccinated and which medical conditions should be considered before vaccination.

Follow this checklist: before your COVID-19 vaccination to prepare for your vaccine appointment.

Useful resources

The Australian Department of Health has some useful resources for people getting their first COVID-19 vaccine: