COVID-19

Vaccine

Victorian residents age 5+ can get vaccinated at a local vaccination centre: some require booking, others offer walk-in service for age 12+.

Call 1800 675 398 to book

The Vaccine information hub by the Australian Government can help answer questions on:
  • how pandemic vaccines are being developed
  • how they work
  • other locations where you can get vaccinated.

Get connected to the support you need

The Victorian Government has partnered with the Australian Red Cross to provide emotional support for those who may be distressed or anxious. The hotline also helps link people with social activities, support networks and service providers.

Call the Coronavirus hotline

The online resources from the Victorian Government could also help depending on your circumstances:

Coronavirus in Banyule

We are supporting local businesses, community groups and ratepayers.

Practise good hygieneand regularly and thoroughly wash your hands.

Maintain physical distancing and keep at least 1.5 metres away from others.

Wear a maskwhen you are not at home including when you're outside if you can’t physically distance from others, unless an exception applies.

Coronavirus information about how to stay safe and well has been published by the Victorian Government with a selection of languages listed:

Short videos about face coverings by the Victorian Chief Health Officer are also available in many languages.

Vaccine requirements and services

Proof of vaccination

There are 5 ways you can show proof of pandemic vaccination to businesses and venues in Victoria.

  • digital certificate via the Service Victoria app.
  • digital certificate saved to a smartphone wallet.
  • Printed copy of certificate together with a valid photo ID.
  • Printed copy of immunisation history statement together with a valid photo ID.
  • Medical exemption together with a valid photo ID.

Visit Coronavirus Victoria for details on How to get your proof of vaccination