Liverpool Covax Clinic is pleased to advise that the COVID-19 vaccination rollout will commence in South Western Sydney from Monday, 12th December. Vaccination clinics will be held at Liverpool Covax Clinic on the following days:
Monday 12th December from 9am to 12pm
Wednesday 14th December from 9am to 12pm
Friday 16th December from 9am to 12pm
Saturday 17th December from 9am to 12pm
Sunday 18th December from 11am to 1pm
What is COVID-and why is it important?
Covax- a type of chickenpox vaccine- is an important vaccine for children and adults. It is usually given to children as part of their regular childhood immunization schedule. COVID- also known as varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, is a live, attenuated virus vaccine that can help protect people from chickenpox.
Chickenpox is a highly contagious virus that can cause serious health problems, including pneumonia, encephalitis (a brain inflammation), and even death in some cases. Chickenpox is most common in children, but adults can get it too. The good news is that chickenpox is easily preventable with a vaccination.
There are two different types of COVID- the combined varicella (chickenpox) / meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4) and the monovalent varicella (chickenpox) vaccine (MVAC). Both vaccines are approved for use in the United States and other countries around the world. The combined varicella / meningococcal conjugate vaccine is recommended for those aged 12 months or older, while the monovalent varicella (chickenpox) vaccine is recommended for those aged 2
When will the vaccine be available in my area?
The Covax vaccine rollout in South Western Sydney is now complete. The vaccine will now be available in all participating clinics across the region. This includes Liverpool and Campbelltown clinics as well as Penrith, Bathurst and Rouse Hill clinics.
The Covax vaccine is a highly effective way to prevent colds and flu. It is recommended for people aged two years and over, especially those who are most likely to get sick, such as children, pregnant women and the elderly. The vaccine can help to protect you and your family from serious health problems, including hospitalisation, pneumonia and even death.
If you are aged between two years old and 18 years old, you are eligible for the Covax vaccine. If you are aged 19 years or older, you are also eligible for the HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccine which is also recommended for people aged 12-26 years old. Both vaccines can be administered at any participating clinic.
We recommend that you speak to your doctor about whether the Covax or HPV vaccine is right for you. You can also find more information about these vaccines on the NSW Health website or by calling 13 77 50 (13 74 68 for Medicare cardholders).
How do I get vaccinated?
If you are aged 5-64 years and live in the Liverpool Covax Clinic COVID-vaccination rollout area, please see your doctor or health service to book an appointment for vaccination.
To be eligible for vaccination, you must:
-Be aged 5 years or older
-Live in the Liverpool Covax Clinic COVID-vaccination rollout area
-Have a valid Medicare card or current pensioner card
-Not have had any severe allergic reactions to previous vaccines
Booking an appointment is easy – simply visit liverpoolcovaxclinic.com.au and follow the steps listed on the website. Appointments can also be made over the phone on 1300 795 919. Please note that walk-in clinics will be closed from 12pm – 1pm for lunch on Wednesday 29th September. This will allow us to offer a better service to our patients during this important time.
What are the side effects of COVID-19?
The Covax-19 vaccine is now available in the Liverpool Covax Clinic COVID- Vaccination rollout area in South Western Sydney. This is a live article being updated as more information becomes available.
The Covax-19 vaccine is a new apart from other seasonal flu vaccines and has been developed in response to the pandemic World Health Organization (WHO) has declared over the past year. The vaccine is made up of three parts: 1) a pandemic H1N1pdm09 virus Ankara protein (A); 2) an adjuvant (B); and 3) a “seed” virus, which is not related to any existing seasonal flu viruses.
The vaccine was shown to be effective against all three strains of H1N1pdm09 virus tested in laboratory trials. The vaccine will be offered as both a nasal spray and an injectable form. Injection forms are preferred by some people because they do not have to remember to take the injection every day. There are also less side effects with injections than with nasal sprays.
As with all vaccines, there may be side effects after receiving the Covax-19 vaccine, although many people experience no side effects at
After being vaccinated, what should I do to prepare for the virus?
There is no specific preparation that you need to do before getting vaccinated, as this will depend on the virus you are being vaccinated against. However, some things to keep in mind include:
– Make sure you are up to date on your vaccinations. You should make an appointment with your doctor to get vaccinated if you have not had any recently.
– Wash your hands often and avoid close contact with people who are sick.
– If you are feeling feverish or have a headache, please see your doctor. These can be signs of the flu and may indicate that you should get vaccinated.
The Covax-19 vaccine rollout in South Western Sydney is now complete. All schools, childcare centres and other places where people are likely to be exposed to the virus have been vaccinated. The vaccine will continue to be offered at no cost until stocks run out, which is expected to happen within the next few months. People who were not able to get vaccinated due to age or medical conditions are advised not to worry – the vaccine is still effective and can protect them from catching Covax-19.
1. What are Covax vaccines?
Covax vaccines are a series of vaccinations that protect people from diseases such as meningococcal, whooping cough (pertussis), and polio. The Covax vaccine rollout in South Western Sydney will see children aged 6 months to 17 years vaccinated against these diseases.
2. When is the Covax vaccine rollout happening?
The Covax vaccine rollout will take place between September and December 2019. You can find more information about the rollout on the Liverpool Covax Clinic website or by calling 1300 733 171.
3. Why are Covax vaccines important?
Covax vaccines are important because they can help protect people from serious illnesses. They can also help to prevent outbreaks of disease in school communities, workplaces, and other public places.
Login or Sign up for Liverpool Covax Clinic is really easy. Just visit their website at www.swslhd.health.nsw.gov.au and follow the instructions there to get started!
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