COVID-19 vaccination

In rural, regional and remote Australia, the COVID-19 vaccination program is being rolled out through vaccination hubs, Commonwealth Vaccination Centres (CVCs), Aboriginal and Community Controlled Health Services, private GP practices and community pharmacies. Rural Australians are encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as they are eligible. You can utilise the Australian Government’s eligibility checker to find out when and where you can get vaccinated.

The Alliance is supporting the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care to make information about COVID-19 vaccines available to the 7 million people living in rural, regional and remote Australia.

Where to find information

Australian Government



Regulatory agencies

National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation

The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation has a locality map to help you find your local health service. 

Consumer information

State and territory-specific information

Information in your language

Consumers Health Forum (CHF)

We are working with the CHF to provide accurate, up-to-date information on the COVID-19 vaccination program for consumers 

Resources for health professionals

Australian Government Resources

Information and resources for COVID-19 vaccination providers, including patient resources, provider resources, vaccination training, site preparedness and more:

State and territory-specific information for health professionals

COVID Case studies

Andy Lerch

Sue MacKinnon

Dr Duncan MacKinnon

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