Check if you’re eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine

Bookings are available for all children aged 12-15 at ACT Government COVID-19 mass vaccination clinics. To make a booking, call us on 5124 7700 between 7am to 7pm daily. Online bookings using MyDHR are unavailable for children aged 12-15.

There are still only a limited number of Pfizer appointments available at ACT Government clinics. People should consider checking with GPs and pharmacies to secure a Pfizer or Moderna vaccination for children aged 12-15. Use the Vaccine Clinic Finder to find a participating GP or pharmacy.

For more information on the ACT COVID-19 vaccination program, see our latest COVID-19 vaccine news.

Who is eligible?

The following people are eligible to get a Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in the ACT:

  • people aged 12-59 years

The following people are eligible to get an AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in the ACT:

  • people aged 18 years and over

Priority COVID-19 vaccination appointments

ACT Government COVID-19 mass vaccination clinics are offering priority Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination appointments for:

COVID-19 vaccines are free for everyone

Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is voluntary and free for everyone in Australia.

This includes:

  • people without a Medicare card
  • overseas visitors
  • international students
  • migrant workers, and
  • asylum seekers.

Find out how to book a COVID-19 vaccination if you don't have a Medicare card.

Priority appointments for health care, aged and disability care workers

Priority Pfizer COVID-19 appointments are available at ACT Government COVID-19 mass vaccination clinics for all health, aged and disability care workers.

This includes but is not limited to clinical and non-clinical workers of hospitals, health, aged and disability facilities.

Book your appointment by

  • calling ACT Health using the priority number provided by your manager, or
  • the ACT COVID-19 vaccination booking line on 02 5124 7700 (7am to 7pm, daily).

If you need help making an appointment, speak to your manager and they can book it for you.

If you need the help of a translator, call the translating and interpreting service (TIS) on 131 450.

Priority appointments for ACT teachers, educators and staff

Priority vaccination appointments are available at ACT Government COVID-19 mass vaccination clinics for ACT teachers, educators and staff that have direct contact with children in their daily work at ACT schools and early childhood education and care centres.

ACT Education Directorate have reached out to relevant staff, letting them know how to make a priority vaccination appointment using the priority number.

Alternatively, you can call the ACT COVID-19 vaccination booking line on 02 5124 7700 (7am to 7pm, daily).

A call-back option is available.

Priority appointments cannot be made online using MyDHR.

If you have an existing appointment at an ACT Government COVID-19 vaccination clinic, you can call us to move your appointment forward.

Priority appointments for pregnant people

Pregnant people can book a priority Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination appointment at an ACT Government COVID-19 mass vaccination clinic.

Call the ACT COVID-19 vaccination booking line on 02 5124 7700 (7am to 7pm, daily).

You will be asked to identify yourself as a pregnant person when you call.

A call-back option is available.

Priority appointments cannot be made online using MyDHR.

If you have an existing appointment at an ACT Government COVID-19 vaccination clinic, you can call us to move your appointment forward.

Pregnant people are encouraged to discuss the timing of vaccination with their health professional.

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Last Updated: September 20 2021