Winter dose now available

A ‘winter dose’ of the COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for people at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 who have already had their first booster dose at least four months ago.

For more information talk to your doctor or visit your local Community-Controlled Health Service. 

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Make the choice

Get vaccinated. Be ready. Stay safe

Check in for a check up

Before winter hits, make sure your COVID-19 and flu vaccinations are up-to-date. Make the choice and check in with your local Community Controlled Health Service today.

  • It’s your choice
  • It’s safe
  • It’s free
  • It’s for your community

How do I get vaccinated?

Visit a clinic

Visit your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Service. They can answer your questions and book you in for an appointment.

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Have a yarn

Speak to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nurse by calling
13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84). They’ll be able to tell you where you can get vaccinated.

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Get vaccinated somewhere else

If you live close to a pharmacy or hospital you can get vaccinated there. Click through and register your details to find your closest vaccine provider in Queensland.

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Questions and answers

It's good to ask questions about COVID-19 and the vaccines. You should ask your doctor, your community health service or speak to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nurse by calling 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84). You can also read through the list below, to help answer some of the questions you’ve got.

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What will recovery from COVID-19 be like?

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If I am managing COVID at home, when should I call my doctor?

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When is it ok to leave isolation after being COVID-positive?

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I am caring for someone with COVID-19, how can I keep myself safe?

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Someone in my house has COVID-19, do I need to isolate too?

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What should I do if I test positive to COVID-19?

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What now?

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Have a yarn with your doctor or call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84)

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Make an appointment to be vaccinated

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Prepare for COVID-19 by completing the Readiness Family Plan

Once vaccinated

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Book an appointment for your second jab and your booster

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Keep practicing social distancing and wear a mask indoors

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Get tested if you have any COVID-19 symptoms

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