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Vaccination Information

Information on the vaccine rollout across North Brisbane and the Moreton Bay region

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COVID-19 vaccine rollout

The COVID-19 vaccination program is well underway in the Brisbane North PHN region. Everyone 5 years and over can now book an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine. To learn more about the vaccine rollout, COVID-19 vaccines and getting vaccinated visit the Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine website.

COVID-19 vaccine website


Latest clinical information

Your local HealthPathways portal provides the latest information about the clinical aspects of COVID-19 vaccination, including advice, delivery, and follow‑up. GPs are encouraged to check they have access to HealthPathways.

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Vaccination hubs

Vaccination hubs are open across the region accepting walk-ins requesting their first, second or booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Use the Queensland Health vaccine hub finder to locate a vaccination hub.

Community Pharmacies

Community pharmacies are also participating in the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and the concessional RAT program.

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Housebound people

Where people who are housebound and are having difficulty accessing a vaccination, they, their service provider, carer or family can contact the PHN for support in finding a provider, or to arrange an in-home vaccination.

Agencies should complete this online referral form to request support. Alternatively, please contact Brisbane North PHN on agedcareprojects@brisbanenorthphn.org.au or Brisbane South PHN on covidsupport@bsphn.org.au for further support.

People experiencing homelessness

Vaccinations are offered via outreach for people experiencing homelessness, including those living on the streets, in emergency accommodation, boarding houses or between shelters.

  • Micah Projects (07 3036 4444) – various locations within Brisbane
  • Queensland Injectors Health Network (QuIHN) (07 3620 8111) – various locations within Moreton Bay

Contact your nearest provider to request an outreach visit to your facility/area.

Culturally and linguistically diverse communities

Vaccinations and support, including by bi-cultural and multi-lingual workers and access to interpreters for culturally and linguistically diverse communities, asylum seekers, refugee communities and non-Medicare eligible people.

  • Mater Refugee Health Service (07 3163 2880) – available at their Woolloongabba clinic or co-located with general practices with a large culturally and linguistically diverse population and support for pop-up vaccination sites in various communities.
  • World Wellness Group (07 3333 2100) – available at their clinic in Greenslopes and pop-up vaccination sites in various communities.

Contact these providers directly to request a pop-up clinic or vaccine information support for your community.

Non-Medicare eligible people

PHNs can also offer reimbursement to GPs for vaccinations administered to non-Medicare eligible people. Please contact Brisbane North PHN on covid19@brisbanenorthphn.org.au or Brisbane South PHN on covidsupport@bsphn.org.au for support.

First Nations Peoples

Support for general practices serving large First Nation populations, including arranging for vaccination providers to provide in-reach within the practice. Also working with the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, Aboriginal Medical Services, Metro North Health and Metro South Hospital and Health Services to ensure access to vaccinations across the region.

If you are a general practice serving a large First Nations population, contact Brisbane North PHN on covid19@brisbanenorthphn.org.au on Brisbane South PHN on covidsupport@bsphn.org.au for support.

The Australian Department of Health has a dedicated web page that provide further information and resources to better inform Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Department of Health website

Vaccine booster

Learn about booster doses for COVID-19 vaccines, who they are recommended for, when you need one and how to get it.