Coolalinga Covid Vaccination Centre closing

NT Government

Media Release

Northern Territory Government

NT Health Upcoming changes to COVID-19 vaccination clinics in the Top End

2 December 2021

To ensure resources and staff are allocated to the greatest areas of need as the Territory prepares to safely transition to re-opening, the Coolalinga COVID-19 Vaccination Centre will be stood down from close of business on Friday, 3 December.

Anyone who has booked a first or second dose at the Coolalinga COVID-19 Vaccination Centre on or after Saturday 4 December will be contacted to have their booking transferred to the nearby Palmerston COVID-19 Vaccination Hub.

If required, the Coolalinga COVID-19 Vaccination Centre can be stood up again in the future.

The Palmerston COVID-19 Vaccination Centre and the Darwin COVID-19 Vaccination Centre both operate seven days per week and currently accept both online bookings and walk-ins from the community.

Territorians can also book their COVID-19 vaccine at participating GP Clinics, Respiratory Clinics, Community Pharmacies and Aboriginal Health Clinics.

Mobile vaccination teams are continuing travel to areas of need in Darwin to ensure those who are unable to access health services can get vaccinated.

More than 95 per cent of Territorians have received their first vaccination dose and 87 per cent are fully vaccinated.

Thousands more have booked or received a third primary dose or booster shot.

The COVID-19 vaccine is free, safe, effective and widely available.

Book a vaccination appointment online at here

Don’t delay, get your vaccine today.

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