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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Visitors are able to attend our facilities in Metro South Health and will be required to wear a mask. Please refer to the visitor restrictions for more information.

Find out where to get tested at one of our fever clinic locations, where to get vaccinated, our COVID-19 response and read the latest Queensland Government information.

New COVID-19 vaccination clinic rolls into Acacia Ridge

25 October 2021

A mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic opened today at the Acacia Ridge Community Hall making it easier and more convenient for southside residents to get a COVID-19 jab.

Getting vaccinated without delay is more important than ever to ensure you are fully vaccinated before the December 17 border re-opening date.

If you live in Acacia Ridge and nearby suburbs – if you haven’t yet had your COVID-19 vaccination – please drop in to this new clinic and get your vaccination. The vaccine is safe, effective, and it doesn’t hurt – so don’t wait until it’s too late, get vaccinated today.

The Acacia Ridge pop-up vaccination clinic is open for walk-ins from Monday to Friday, 9.30 am to 5.00 pm, at the Acacia Ridge Community Hall, 13 Coley St, Acacia Ridge.

The clinic will be on-site for six weeks until 3 December 2021.

Find out about vaccination options near you at www.health.qld.gov.au/vaccinebookings

Last updated 4 November 2021
Last reviewed 25 October 2021

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