State-run vaccination clinic opens at Armadale Central Shopping Centre
Bookings are not required
Convenient for local community to get vaccinated
Aboriginal Family Day at Armadale on October 23
A new community vaccination centre will open today at the Armadale Central Shopping Centre, 10 Orchard Avenue, Armadale, offering local residents another opportunity to get vaccinated.
An Aboriginal Family Day will also be held at the Armadale clinic on Saturday, October 23, where all Aboriginal people aged 12 years and above will be welcomed to the clinic with a Welcome to Country, food and other activities provided.
Opening times are 10am to 4.30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; 10am to 7pm on Thursday; and 11am to 4.30pm on Sunday.
While bookings are encouraged by visiting https://www.rollup.wa.gov.au, people can attend the Armadale vaccination clinic without an appointment.
The State-run vaccination clinic will initially provide around 2,000 vaccinations each week but will increase depending on demand.
Community vaccination clinics are now open at Centrepoint Midland Shopping Centre, Claremont Showgrounds, Kwinana Supa Centre, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City, with a new community clinic also opening today at The Square Mirrabooka.
There have been 2,714,227 COVID-19 vaccinations administered to Western Australians across the State.
WA Health also runs COVID-19 vaccination clinics in more than 100 locations across WA, with sites listed on the HealthyWA website (click on COVID-19).
All eligible Western Australians are urged to book their vaccination appointments as soon as possible.
Comments attributed to Health Minister Roger Cook:
"Having access to a vaccination clinic in the local area is an additional measure toward getting everyone vaccinated and keeping the community safe.
"The clinic at Armadale Central Shopping Centre will provide an alternative option for people to get their COVID-19 vaccines.
"Our State-run clinics are in addition to the participating GPs, pharmacies, Aboriginal Medical Services and GP respiratory clinics, which are managed by the Commonwealth, to provide COVID-19 vaccines across WA.
"Don't wait, get vaccinated.
"It is now easier than ever before to get vaccinated."
Comments attributed to Vaccine Commander Chris Dawson:
"We are now in the phase of the COVID-19 vaccination program where we're working towards creating more opportunities, in more locations, for people to get vaccinated closer to home.
"We are also increasing our focus in lifting vaccination rates amongst Aboriginal people and are working with the community to directly address issues of hesitancy and ensure that it is as easy as possible for Aboriginal people to get vaccinated.
"We've all seen the devastating effects of COVID-19 around the world, and how quickly the Delta strain has spread across NSW and Victoria.
"It takes time for your body to build immunity once you've been vaccinated - don't wait until Delta gets here to Roll up for WA.
"There are appointments available in every corner of our State - visit rollupforwa.com.au to register and book your appointment."
Minister's office - 6552 6500