AstraZeneca to be made available to young people at nine vaccination hubs
AstraZeneca will be made available to those aged between 18 and 39 at nine of Victoria’s vaccination hubs from Monday, the Premier says.
It comes after Victoria recorded 11 new community cases of COVID-19.
All of those cases have been linked to previous outbreaks.
But none of those new cases were in quarantine during their infectious period.
Two cases were detected in hotel quarantine.
There are six people in hospital with coronavirus, one of those receiving intensive care.
Those aged between 18 and 39 who want AstraZeneca at the nine hubs must book online, before consulting with an onsite GP when they arrive at the hub.
The nine hubs were it will be made available for those aged between 18 and 39
- Royal Exhibition Building
- Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
- Melbourne Showgrounds
- Sandown Racecourse
- Bayside SC Frankston
- Plenty Ranges Arts & Convention Centre South Morang
- Old Ford Factory Geelong
- Kilmore District Health
- Mansfield Hospital