Where to get a free COVID-19 vaccine this week

THERE will be pop-up clinics in the Derwent Valley to deliver COVID-19 vaccines this week, in addition to the usual locations at the local pharmacies and medical centre. Premier Peter Gutwein has reminded Tasmanians that during the present lockdown it is permitted to leave home to be vaccinated or tested for COVID-19.

OUSE POP-UP VACCINATION CENTRE:
Central Highlands Community Health Centre, 6896 Lyell Hwy, Ouse. Open from 9am-noon, Monday October 18. Bookings preferred. Bookings preferred – walk-ins welcome.

HAMILTON POP-UP VACCINATION CENTRE:
Council hall, 6 Tarleton St, Hamilton. Open from 1-4.30pm. Bookings preferred – walk-ins welcome.

NEW NORFOLK POP-UP VACCINATION CENTRE:
New Norfolk District Hospital community health centre (lower-ground floor), 3 Richmond St, New Norfolk. Open from 9am-4pm, October 19-20. Bookings preferred – walk-ins welcome.

NEW NORFOLK AMCAL PHARMACY:
High St, New Norfolk. Taking bookings for Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines. Phone 6261 2268.

NEW NORFOLK GUARDIAN PHARMACY:
High St, New Norfolk. Taking bookings for the Moderna vaccine. Walk-ins welcome for AstraZeneca (for those aged 60+). Phone 6261 2246.

DERWENT VALLEY MEDICAL CENTRE:
Burnett St, New Norfolk. Taking bookings for the AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines. Call 6261 1399 or book online via HotDoc.

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