We’ve all worked together to keep Western Australia one of the safest places in the world.

To protect our lifestyle here in WA, there’s one more thing we need to do. We need to roll up our sleeves and get vaccinated for COVID-19. The more people who do, the more we protect our families, friends and community.

If you are 50 years and over, to make a booking call 13 COVID (13 26843) to book your appointment at a COVID-19 vaccination community clinic.

If you are not yet eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, you cannot book an appointment through 13 COVID yet.

If you are 50 years or over you can call to book your appointment

Who can get vaccinated now?

Where do I go to get my vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccination community clinics now make it easier to get your vaccination.

You can book an appointment by calling 13COVID (13 26843) between 8am and 6pm, seven days a week. Select option 1 for the WA Vaccination Booking line.

You are still able to have your vaccination at participating GPs. To find your nearest vaccine clinic, go to the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility checker and follow the steps.


What else do I need to know?

  • When calling to book an appointment, you will need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, email address and Medicare card (if you have one).
  • You will also be asked some health questions when booking your appointment so do allow 5-10 minutes.
  • If you are calling on behalf of someone you must be their legal guardian or have their permission to do so.
  • Please bring your Medicare card to your appointment if you have one.
  • If you have recently had another vaccination, including for seasonal influenza, you should wait at least 14 days before having your COVID-19 vaccination.
  • You need to remain in the clinic for 15 minutes after your COVID-19 vaccine has been administered. Please allow for this additional time.

For more information, see WA Health’s website.

When can I get my vaccine?

From Monday 3 May, 2021, everyone 50 years and over will be eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccination.

How do I get my vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccination community clinics now make it easier to get your vaccination.

You can book an appointment by calling 13COVID (13 26843) between 8am and 6pm, seven days a week. Select option 1 for the WA Vaccination Booking line.

From Monday, 17 May 2021, you will also be able to get vaccinated at participating GP clinics.

To find your nearest vaccine clinic, go to the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility checker and follow the steps.

What else do I need to know?

  • When calling to book an appointment, you will need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, email address and Medicare card (if you have one).
  • You will also be asked some health questions when booking your appointment so do allow 5-10 minutes.
  • If you are calling on behalf of someone you must be their parent, legal guardian or have their permission to do so.
  • Please bring your Medicare card to your appointment if you have one.
  • If you have recently had another vaccination, including for seasonal influenza, you should wait at least 14 days before having your COVID-19 vaccination.
  • You need to remain in the clinic for 15 minutes after your COVID-19 vaccine has been administered. Please allow for this additional time.

For more information, see WA Health’s website.

How do I get my vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccination community clinics now make it easier to get your vaccination.

You can book an appointment by calling 13COVID (13 26843) between 8am and 6pm, seven days a week. Select option 1 for the WA Vaccination Booking line.

Participating general practices, Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Services, and GP-led respiratory clinics are also able to provide the COVID-19 vaccine.

Go to the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility checker and follow the steps to find your nearest vaccine clinic.

What else do I need to know?

  • When calling to book an appointment, you will need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, email address and Medicare card (if you have one).
  • You will also be asked some health questions when booking your appointment so do allow 5-10 minutes.
  • If you are calling on behalf of someone you must be their parent, legal guardian or have their permission to do so.
  • Please bring your Medicare card to your appointment if you have one
  • If you have recently had another vaccination, including for seasonal influenza, you should wait at least 14 days before having your COVID-19 vaccination.
  • You need to remain in the clinic for 15 minutes after your COVID-19 vaccine has been administered. Please allow for this additional time.

For more information, see vaccine information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

What medical conditions fall in this group?

The COVID-19 eligibility checker provides information about which medical conditions or disabilities are included.

What evidence should I bring to my appointment to prove my medical condition?

You should bring any of the following to prove your medical condition:

  • Your regular GP clinic’s records.
  • A My Health Record.
  • A referral from a treating GP or specialist.
  • Other medical records, including medical history printouts, a chronic disease care plan, a hospital discharge summary or valid script for medication prescribed for one of the relevant conditions. 
  • A Phase 1b declaration form.

Where do I go to get my vaccine?

There are select COVID-19 vaccination providers located throughout WA. Not all general practitioners are COVID-19 vaccination providers.

Go to the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility checker and follow the steps to find your nearest vaccine clinic.

What types of workers fall within this group?

All staff within:

  • Health care facilities
  • Defence
  • Police
  • Ambulance
  • Fire and emergency services

How do I make my appointment?

Your employer will have shared a link with you to self-register on VaccinateWA. 

What should I bring to my appointment?

  • Photo ID
  • A Medicare card (if you have one)
  • Relevant employee ID

Your confirmation email will include other items that you may need to bring.

What types of workers fall within this group?

  • Quarantine hotel workers, including hotel staff, police, security and medical support.
  • International airport workers with face to face contact with travellers.
  • Security and clinical staff at the international airport.
  • Certain staff at seaports who board and spend time on vessels with crew.
  • Staff involved in transporting flight crews, certain seaport staff and quarantine hotel transfers.

How will I know if I’m eligible in this group?

If you are eligible, you will have received an email invitation to register for the vaccination from the Department of Health WA.

If you have not received an email, you may not be eligible in this phase.

If you have any questions, speak with your employer.

What should I bring to my appointment?

  • Photo ID.
  • A Medicare card (if you have one).
  • Relevant employee ID.

Your confirmation email will include other items that you may need to bring.

What types of workers fall within this group?

At-risk frontline healthcare workers include:

  • frontline staff in facilities or services such as hospital emergency departments, COVID-19 and respiratory wards, Intensive Care Units and High-Dependency Units.
  • laboratory staff handling potentially infectious COVID-19 material.
  • ambulance and paramedics service.
  • COVID-19 testing facilities.

How will I know if I’m eligible in this group?

If you are eligible, you will have received an email invitation to register for the vaccination from the Department of Health WA.

If you have not received an email, you may not be eligible in this phase.

If you have any questions, speak with your employer.

What should I bring to my appointment?

  • Photo ID
  • A Medicare card (if you have one)
  • Relevant employee ID

Your confirmation email will include other items that you may need to bring.

The Australian Government is responsible for the rollout and administration of the COVID-19 vaccination for aged care workers and residents.

Who falls within this group?

  • Residential aged care providers
  • Residential aged care residents
  • Aged care workers
  • People receiving in-home aged care.

For more information about this group, see the Australian Government’s website.

The Australian Government is responsible for the rollout and administration of the COVID-19 vaccination for disability care workers and residents.

Who falls within this group?

  • People with disability and workers in residential services
  • People with disability and workers in disability care group homes

For more information about this group, see the Australian Government’s website.

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What’s next?

If you are not currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, you will be included in a future phase of the vaccination program. You can keep up-to-date with each phase of the program at the HealthyWA website.