The Territory Labor Government has today opened a fourth Top End COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic to further boost the vaccine rollout across the Territory.
This facility will be located at Coolalinga Central and complement existing facilities at Marrara, Tracy Village and Palmerston.
Over the next three weeks the Coolalinga COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will have capacity to administer 600 vaccinations per week.
After the initial three week period the clinic will be able to provide 1200 vaccinations per week.
Territorians can also book their appointment at a participating GP clinic, respiratory clinic, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation or community pharmacy.
The Pfizer vaccine is now available to all Territorians aged 12 and over at NT Health clinics.
Moderna is also available to all Territorians aged 12 and over at community pharmacies.
More than 75% of Territorians have now received their first dose and more than 60% of Territorians are fully vaccinated.
To book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at an NT Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic visit: https://covid19appointment.nt.gov.au/vaccinate
Quotes from Health Minister Natasha Fyles:
“I want to thank our frontline health workers for the mammoth effort they have put in to vaccinate as many Territorians as possible.
“More than three quarters of all Territorians have had their first jab and that is a testament to their hard work.
“This new COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Coolalinga makes it even easier for Territorians to get vaccinated.”
Quotes from the Member for Daly Dheran Young:
“Territorians living in the Rural Area will have easier access to a COVID-19 vaccine appointment with this new clinic now open at Coolalinga.
“My message to anyone who has not yet had the jab is simple - don’t wait until tomorrow, book your appointment today.
“The vaccine is safe, effective, free and widely available.”