Roll up for COVID vaccinations at Joondalup

  • New community vaccination clinic opens in Joondalup today
  • Bookings essential by calling 13 COVID
  • The number of vaccinations in WA have now reached 122,069 total vaccinations and 28,338 second doses 
  • Western Australians eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine can now roll up their sleeves in Joondalup, protecting themselves, their families and their communities against COVID-19.

    From today (May 14), Western Australians can get vaccinated seven days a week at the State-run community vaccination clinic located at Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City, 420 Joondalup Drive (West Mall between Kmart and Target).

    The clinic, which will initially offer the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, will be open 9am to 4pm Monday to Saturday and 11am to 4pm on Sundays.

    Vaccination bookings are essential and can be made by calling 13 COVID (13 268 43).

    Western Australia now has clinics in Perth’s four corners: Joondalup in the north, Perth Airport in the east, Kwinana in the south and Claremont in the west.

    Vaccinations are also continuing right across regional WA with hospital-based clinics offering vaccinations in the Goldfields, Great Southern, Kimberley, Mid-West, Pilbara, South-West and Wheatbelt.

    COVID vaccines can also be accessed via GPs, GP respiratory clinics and Aboriginal Medical Services located throughout regional and metropolitan WA.

    As stated by Health Minister Roger Cook:

    “Bookings have now opened for the Joondalup vaccination clinic, so if it’s a convenient location for you, make sure you make your appointment by calling 13 COVID.

    “Our health staff are working hard to ensure as many people as possible who are 50 and over can be vaccinated, protecting us all against the threat of COVID-19. 

    “The State is also continuing to focus on vaccinating priority groups such as frontline healthcare, quarantine, border, high-risk and critical workers, so we remain on the front foot in tackling this pandemic.”

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