Not-for-profit community health agency, cohealth, will operate weekend pop-up clinics at three primary schools in Melbourne’s northern and western suburbs on 29 & 30 January.
The pop-up clinics will be open to the public. Appointments are required for 5-11 year olds, but walk-ins are welcome for anyone aged 12+.
“With the school term upon us, it’s so important that we have as many people vaccinated as possible, and in particular children,” said Sally Wilcox, cohealth COVID vaccination project manager.
“Primary schools are a familiar and welcoming environment in which to offer the vaccine,” said Ms Wilcox.
“Anyone from the community is welcome and whether you’re getting your first or second dose, or your booster, we look forward to meeting you,” she said.
cohealth vaccination pop-up clinics Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 January, 8am – 3pm
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cohealth is one of Australia’s largest not-for-profit community health organisation that strives to improve health and wellbeing for all. cohealth provides universal access to services as well as targeted programs and assertive models to address the health disparities experienced by disadvantaged groups. cohealth offers a broad range of high quality, integrated health and support services, including medical, oral, pharmacy, mental health and drug and alcohol services.
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