Barwon Health’s vaccination hub has been busy administering the coronavirus vaccine.
However, the former Ford Factory will no longer be accepting walk-in’s for Pfizer, those who have appointments will be able to receive it.
AstraZeneca will be available on Sunday for walk-in’s.
Locals are urged to check online in the coming days for more appointments which will be made available as the hub gets more vaccine supply.
More information and bookings here.
It comes as in just three days more than 140,000 coronavirus test results have been received.
Victoria recorded 5 locally acquired cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, with 2 cases in hotel quarantine.
Meantime, anti-lockdown protestors have been arrested in Melbourne’s CBD.
Health Minister Martin Foley says anyone who ignores public health laws will face the consequences.
The lockdown will end at midnight on June 3, with five reasons to leave home:
- Authorised work or permitted education
- Exercise – a two hour limit with one other person
- Caregiving, compassionate and medical reasons
- To get vaccinated
INformation about getting vaccinated for COVID-19 here.
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