COVID-19 vaccine information

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Everyone 5 years and over can now book an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more about the vaccine rollout, COVID-19 vaccines and getting vaccinated by visiting the Health Department's website

The four vaccines currently available to Victorian residents are:

Your age, occupation and risk factors will be considered when the recommendation of which vaccine to receive is made through the below channels. Please consult with your General Practitioner if you have questions or concerns regarding your specific circumstances. 

COVID-19 fourth/winter dose now available

Everyone who is 30 years and over are now eligible to receive their 4th COVID-19 booster dose, this may be a 5th dose for some people. Adults aged 50-64 are now strongly recommended to receive a winter dose. Eligible people can receive their winter dose 3 months after receiving their third dose or 3 months after having COVID-19 (if infection has occurred since the person’s third dose). A booster dose will make sure the protection you got from the doses is even stronger and longer lasting and can help prevent the spread of the virus. Bookings are now available for those who are eligible.

For further information please see: Get vaccinated | Coronavirus Victoria

EACH Ringwood:

304A Maroondah Highway, Ringwood, access from Braeside Avenue (former Maroondah City Council civic offices),

Book COVID Vaccination online here or phone: 1300 097 151, Tuesday–Saturday 9am-4pm (closed 1pm-1:30pm)

Paediatric Vaccination Hours (5-11 years): Tuesday – Friday 3pm -4pm and all day Saturdays.

Walk-ins are welcome.

For further information regarding EACH COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics please go the EACH website

COVID-19 vaccine Information & FAQ’s

Australians are encouraged to rely on reputable sources of information to help make informed choices and stay up to date on the latest information about COVID-19 vaccines.

The vaccines being used in Australia are very effective. Getting a COVID-19 vaccination will prevent serious illness and loss of life due to COVID-19.

Vaccines are tested to ensure they are safe before they are approved for use. Before vaccines are made available in Australia, they need to pass strict Australian safety standards set by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration. Find out more about the vaccines available in Australia and their approval.

With new vaccine developments every day, it’s normal to have questions or concerns, and possibly feel hesitant about getting a vaccine.

For the most up to date information about the vaccine rollout, eligibility criteria and to help people make informed decisions from trusted sources. please visit the links below:

For all COVID-19 vaccine enquiries, complete the enquiry form on the Department of Health website.

Alternatively, you can contact the National Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 020 080.

Yarra Ranges Council will update this page when more information, relevant to the Yarra Ranges community, becomes available.