COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Use the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility checker to find out when you can receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
When can you get your vaccine?
Whether you are in a priority group or not, the best thing you can do is stay up to date and continue to be COVID Safe. The Australian Government will provide further information about how vaccines will roll out over the coming months.
In the meantime, everyone still needs to:
Stay home if you are sick and get tested
Download the COVID Safe app
It is important to get tested for COVID-19 early – people are most infectious when they first experience symptoms.
COVID-19 can cause a range of symptoms. These can range from mild illness to pneumonia. If you experience any of the below symptoms, no matter how mild, please get a COVID-19 test.
What are the symptoms and when should I get tested?
Get tested if you have any of the following, no matter how mild:
fever of 37.5°C or above OR fever in the last few days (for example, night sweats or chills)
coughing, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose
loss of smell or taste.
What does the test involve?
A swab will be inserted into the back of your throat and then through your nose by a qualified practitioner. This is a fast procedure, lasting less than a minute. It may cause some mild discomfort but is not painful.
COVID Testing Centres in the Great Southern
Albany Hospital, Denmark and Plantagenet Health Services are all currently COVID-19 Testing Clinics.
Click here to visit the WA Department of Health's information sheet on testing centres or call the Coronavirus Information Helpline on 13 COVID (13 268 43).