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COVID-19 vaccine

  • It is recommended that all Western Australians 5 years and over get the free COVID-19 vaccine
  • Metropolitan vaccination community clinics and regional vaccination clinics are listed below

Where can you get vaccinated?

You can attend a metropolitan vaccination community clinic or regional vaccination clinic, participating GP or GP respiratory clinics, pharmacies or Aboriginal Medical Services.

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You are encouraged to make a booking to secure a convenient time in the metropolitan clinics. People with a booking will be prioritised to receive vaccine close to their booking time. Please note that currently bookings are essential for the 5-11 years COVID-19 vaccination clinics in the metropolitan area.

For metropolitan and regional state-run COVID-19 vaccination community clinics you can either:

Buttion: view all locations

If you need help getting vaccinated please complete this form (external site) or call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Find out about the vaccination rollout, getting the vaccine, safety, efficacy and booking your vaccination appointment online via VaccinateWA.

Reporting side effects from a COVID-19 vaccine

The most common side effects after COVID-19 vaccination are usually mild and include:

  • pain, redness and/or swelling at the injection site
  • headache
  • fatigue
  • muscle and/or joint ache
  • mild fever.

When they occur, these symptoms typically start within 24 hours of vaccination, last one to two days, and resolve without treatment.

If you are concerned about your symptoms you should seek advice from your doctor.

If you believe your reaction is severe or life-threatening you should call triple zero (000) for an ambulance or go to your closest emergency department.

Any reactions that are causing you concern, whether minor or serious, should be reported to the Western Australian Vaccine Safety Surveillance (WAVSS) system (external site). Your immunisation provider, GP or other health professional should report all suspected significant reactions, but you can also do it yourself on the WAVSS reporting website (external site) (

Last reviewed: 25-01-2022

This publication is provided for education and information purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical care. Information about a therapy, service, product or treatment does not imply endorsement and is not intended to replace advice from your healthcare professional. Readers should note that over time currency and completeness of the information may change. All users should seek advice from a qualified healthcare professional for a diagnosis and answers to their medical questions.